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Indian resident owning dividend-paying shares in company based in France: Can I save on withholding tax?

I am Indian and staying in India. I am holding stocks/shares of a French company which is listed on the Paris stock exchange. Every year, the French company declares dividend on the shares, and on ...
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Can I contribute to a 401k for employer matching and then immediately withdraw it?

I have some friends who work at a company which offers 50% 401k matching up to some amount, but they don't take advantage of it because they want to use the money for non-retirement purposes. Ignoring ...
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Tax implications of owning a Roth IRA as a Canadian resident?

I am a Canadian citizen, U.S. resident with Roth IRA, contributing for 15 years. I will be moving back to Canada in 2 years, am 47 years old, and will leave the Roth with Vanguard and not touch it ...
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Donating to US versus Canadian charities to maximizing tax benefits

I am a US citizen and I have the option to make my charitable donations in either the US or Canada for the next few years. How do I maximize my tax benefit for a fixed donation size? My ...
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Including 401(k) contributions on Canadian tax return

I am a Canadian resident who made US income, and contributed to a 401k. I know I must include my 401k contributions on my foreign income, but what about my employer's contributions? Also, what are ...
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Received Stock options as UK Employee, however exercised the stock as a Canadian Employee. What is my tax liability?

I work for a global company. As a UK resident, my company awarded me stock options & Restricted stock. The stocks is traded on the NYSE. I exercised the stock in Canada. I transferred to the ...
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As a US citizen studying in Canada, do I pay income taxes in either country for Scholarships?

I'm a US citizen in graduate school in Canada. I have an annual scholarship of around $20,000 CAD. I've been told (although I'm not sure) that this doesn't qualify as income in Canada (implying I ...
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How to evaluate growth stocks

What are good metrics to evaluate growth stocks? I have been following the site buffettsbooks.com and it teaches you how to evaluate value stocks based on Warren Buffet's principles. These are ...
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I am a US citizen. Can I gift stock options to my parents in India?

I am a US citizen. Can I gift some stock options to my parents in India? If this is possible, could you point me to a page or document showing all things that needs to be done legally at both US and ...
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What solar panel subsidies does Australia have right now (in 2014)?

So I'm thinking about buying solar panels for my house. Only thing is I'm not sure whether to wait. I've been told that the value of solar power in Australia has remained largely the same - this is ...
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How do I transfer/cash-in stocks from another country?

My father passed recently and I was just informed that I inherited or have stocks that he had previously purchased in my name, the stocks are located in the country my father is from where he was also ...
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How do I judge if I am being made a fair offer by a car insurance company?

My girlfriend got into an accident with her (registered under my name) 2003 Honda civic. She was pulling out of the drive way (taking a right, basically parallel to the road) and got hit on the ...
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Does the life/disability insurance policy on my car apply now that it's paid off?

My husband and I had purchased life/disability insurance on our new car in 2007. In 2008, my husband became ill and passed away at the end of that year. Recently, I found the policy and took it to the ...
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In Germany: can i live in a Betriebstaette to circumvent payment of the Rundfrunkbeitrag

While for a flat a person has to pay 17 sth. € per month, while for a Betriebstätte with one person working a company only has to pay 5.99 €. As the company doesn't have to pay anything at all if the ...
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Personal “Profit & Loss Statement” required for mortgage?

I am purchasing a house and have finished most of the process. My mortgage application has been approved pending some documents; all of these documents are typical except for "Profit & Loss ...

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