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What happens to stock bought in banks in case of bankruptcy?

There is a Bank Guarantee Fund (in Poland, and similar stuff in other countries) which protects up to 100 000 EUR in case of bank problems, i.e. going bankrupt. Now, there are banks which offer ...
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Car leasing too cheap

I've got an offer from car dealer to lease a new car for 24 months: Lease offer (I haven't seen contract yet): operational lease first payment 45% principal-interest 1.59% (for 24 month) buying out a ...
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Why lease option is so high when purchasing Tesla in Poland?

I am trying to understand what am I paying for when I purchase Tesla based on monthly instalments in Poland. When I try to pre-order Tesla Model 3 in the US site everything seems simple and self ...
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Combined taxes on revenue stream when outsourcing work to a contractor

Does outsourcing work to other contracting companies mean tax is paid twice? Assume: Customer company A, outsourcing company B, and employee C. Customer company A needs work performed, and is going ...
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Calculating mortgage schedule

I am trying to figure out formulas used in my friend's history of payments unfortunately I can't figure out how bank calculates some of them. All values in tables represent real payments history of ...
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What are my options for investing as a resident in Poland? [closed]

I am intending to become resident in Poland in 2 years and would like to find ways of investing, eg: stocks and shares, tax free savings etc. What are the options and how can I find them? (I don’t ...
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U.S. Expat living in Poland working remotely for a U.S. Institution: How to classify myself for taxes?

Briefly, I am a U.S. citizen living in Poland. Recently, I was offered a paid remote position at a research group with a U.S. university. Due to the nature of the work, I can either be considered an ...
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How/when to shift from stock to bonds

I recently got a stable job and started investing. Since I am in Europe and the majority of decent blogs are US-targeted I've made many mistakes along the way but I think I have stock or stock-ETF ...
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Saving for a house, is holding money in the bank account currently wise?

I was currently saving to buy a new house with as lowest mortgage as possible (have currently money in the normal bank account without any interest rates) and planning to make a buy around the middle ...
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How to bank on my own?(self hosted bank account) [closed]

I'm from Poland and I do not want to have a bank account but I want be able to use a card and do all of that nice online stuff. It would allow me to do automated stuff and maybe other cool other ...
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Will Poland tax my SIPP?

I am UK resident for tax purposes and have a SIPP. If I become resident in Poland for tax purposes then will Poland tax my SIPP? If so then in what way? My SIPP holds a single fund which does not pay ...
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28 years old and just inherited large amount of money and real estate - unsure what to do with it [closed]

So a little info for starters: as said in the topic, I'm 28 years old and come from a quite well-off family. I actually earn quite a lot of money myself, but I never get to use it - I spend at most 1/...
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How do I invest in an index with a small initial investment (E.U. question)

I just started earning a comfortable surplus for the cost of living of Poland. I have around 700 Euros every month of this surplus and I read that investing in index tracking funds has the higher ...
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Working as a self employed freelancer for an overseas company

I will soon be working on a self employed basis for a company based in Poland,but I'm still going to be based in the UK (working remotely/online as a consultant) and my question is do I need to pay ...
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Inexpensive Method of International Swift Transfer for Low Dollar Amounts?

I am dealing with a beareaucratic government office in Europe in order to get some family records. They will only accept SWIFT transfers and have provided me with two different accounts I need to send ...
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