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Should I use EIN for business once it changes structure from Partnership to Sole Propietorship?

There were two partners in general partnership (50:50 share). One partner left and I took over all his share. Effectively business structure changed from General Partnership to Sole Proprietorship. ...
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US Filing Status when married to non-resident foreigner in the US

I am US citizen living in the US getting married to a non US citizen who is studying here on a non-immigrant J visa. While she is the in the US, she has and will have no income. In a year or two, we ...
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Income tax on money transferred in one year, but received in the next year

I am a citizen of Israel, where I currently reside, work and pay taxes. I am about to terminate my employment in Israel in December 2015 and move to the US to work for a US-based company, starting ...
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How Does The IRS Structure Payment Plans If I Owe Subjectively High Taxes?

During the 2015 tax year I became legally separated. During the separation my ex-wife did not agree to a QDRO when cashing out her equity from jointly owned property. The cash out was mandated by ...
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Mexican Index Mutual Funds

Pardon if my English is not good. I see answers here recommend index mutual funds and want to know what are some mutual funds available in my market (Mexico).
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US Taxes: How does the foreign earned income exclusion affect Roth IRA contribution limits?

We are US citizens. We live overseas and make our income from a business here. We pay taxes here on the income and thus don't pay US taxes on it. Let's say we make $50,000 and all of it is excluded on ...
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How does revenue shared with someone else go into my tax return in Canada?

I'm contracting to publish a game for someone on Apple's App Store. I will take 15% of the revenue, he gets 85%. But Apple will report the full amount to the government. Let's say for example this ...
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Calculating Simple Portfolio Returns with Rebalancing or Adding/Removing Securities

Given a set of portfolio weights, w, and historical security prices, I am looking to calculate a simple portfolio return via: where R is the simple return for a given security from time t to t+1: ...
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How can I resolve the IRS letter about owing tax on cancelled debt when I did make credit card payments on a payment plan?

My wife had defaulted on her credit cards in late 2012/early 2013 due to financial circumstances. In mid-2013, we setup payments with issuer and that was that. We filed taxes for 2013 and didn't ...
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Any US tax implications — transferring UK ISA balance to USA

My wife has an e-ISA in the UK, from her time living there. It is a savings ISA, not a shares ISA. It is earning very low interest. For ease, I'd like to transfer the money to our USA accounts so ...
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Rent Increase for Section 8 tenants

We live on a property managed by a non-profit housing cooperation claiming to promote quality affordable housing. We receive Section 8 and when we moved here in 2008, the rent was $1110.00/month, and ...
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Historic variation in FTSE100 total market capitalization as a proportion of the FTSEAllShare total market cap?

Many years ago (in ~2000, give or take a year?) I remember seeing some discussions on The Motley Fool UK's forums about how much more diversification investing in an FTSE-AllShare tracker instead of ...
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what does “private equity structures” mean?

I'm translating an article about finance. What does "private equity structures" mean in this context - He said that popular ways for UHNWs to invest in real estate included property club deals ...
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Analyze a security using Benjamin Graham's Defensive Investor Criteria

I would like some help evaluating a security using Graham's Defensive Investing Criteria (Chapter 14 of the Intelligent Investor). As an example security, let's look at NYSE:MEI and each of the ...
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Can I claim FSA/CDCTC for expenses for a day school where my wife works?

A church offers a day school for nursery to preschoolers, in which our eldest child (3) is enrolled, (and we pay totally out of pocket as my wife is currently a full-time mom. My wife is considering ...

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