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How to efficiently know which portion of the dividends are qualified dividends in a French brokerage account, from the United States' IRS standpoint?

When filing one's tax in the United States while having a French brokerage account, what is an efficient way to efficiently know which portion of the dividends are qualified dividends? Is it ...
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Why in this example is only 50% of the dividend qualified instead of 100% of the dividend?

Example taken from here: (...) The dividend income from the 2,000 shares held 49 days would not be qualified dividend income. The dividend income from the 8,000 shares held at least 61 days ...
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Tax forms to report Capital Gain/Losses for Non-Resident Alien on F-1 visa?

I am a non-resident alien on F-1 Visa. I recieved a W-2 from my employer. I have also sold stocks and etfs through robo-advisors. I have recieved forms 1099-B and 1099-DIV from them. Where should I ...
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1099-DIV line 8 says “various”

I'm using Credit Karma to file my taxes. For 1099-DIV line 8, the document says "various", but the drop down in credit karma only allow for choices of countries, not for more than one, or various ...
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Calculating the basis for shares of international stock mutual fund

I'm calculating the basis in connection with redeeming shares of an international stock mutual fund. The fund has paid dividends quarterly, which I reinvested. I'm reviewing the Federal 1099-DIV ...
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There seems to be so many varying 1099 documents. Which one indicates what?

I noticed there are different 1099 forms. One for -misc -b -c and others. What is the difference between each of them? And I'm assuming 1099 means its just a form that your employer or a service like ...
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Should I report my S-corp dividends on my 1040 as sched-C self-employment or 1099-div?

I'm using TurboTax and am confused how to report my profits from my S-corp. On my S-corp K-1, I set line 17c "Div distributions paid from accum earnings" equal to my S-corp's ordinary business income....
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Why do 1099 forms take so long for brokerages to prepare and send out?

I generally have my taxes done by mid January when my W-2 becomes available, but I'm often stuck waiting as long as another month before I can file because I'm waiting for my brokerages to send me my ...
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Betterment on F-1 VISA and where to report 1099-B and 1099-DIV forms

I am a student on F-1 VISA and I decided to try out Betterment. Now for a meager sum of less than 100 dollars a month, I was just checking out how the investment works. At the end of a year, I got the ...
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Can I realize a taxable capital gain on a mutual fund without selling any shares?

Maybe it has always been this way, or maybe the tax laws changed, but when I got my 1099 from my broker I was a bit surprised to see them reporting over $3000 in capital gains income (line 2a on 1099-...