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EU: Receive income in a country and pay taxes in another

There are already 2 similar questions but my case is a bit different so I believe it requires different answers. Other questions: Taxes for citizen of EU country #1 living in EU country #2 and ...
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Company and Bonds corpus INDIA

I am looking to build a tool that would require me to access a thorough list of all companies and all corporate bonds (both government and private)in INDIA. Need details like ISIN, issuer (in case of ...
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Looking after a wayward brother in mother's will

My brother has a problem with money; twice personally bankrupt, 3 marriages and 2 kids (from the 2nd marriage). Our mother is getting old and getting worried. She worries that if she wills him money,...
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Google Pay vs Apple Pay from security perspective

When paying for online transactions using 'Google Pay' after the user select Google pay it doesn't go through any additinal authentication and no additional password is required. In different, when ...
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Which payment methods are available in Google Pay

Is it possible to add to my digital wallet in Google Pay payment methods apart from credit/debit cards such as ideal or trustly?
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Does Google make money from 'Google Pay' for online purchases?

Does Google charge anything for using Google Pay and letting pay through it for online transaction in web of mobile app? According to this guide, merchant, or PSP that would like to enable Google Pay ...
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For a very stable listed company, does the P/E ratio represent how many years the buyer can stand to earn his/her investment back?

I'm looking into a public company that is a very stable one (revenue keeps the same for every year), for example, C (citybank). I find its P/E ratio is about 9.0. That means if I invest $100 into the ...
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Borrowing against 401k for first home - things to watch

There is a general advice that borrowing against 401k is to be avoided. When I was looking at related questions here in SE I found a few discussions where some experts challenged the generality. For ...
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SEC institutional pre-IPO disclosure

All funds/managers with assets above 100M need to file their holdings with the SEC in the form of a 13F. like this one for example : https://sec.report/Document/0001567619-19-011051 There is a column ...
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Valuation of a startup unicorn

By all those news reports of privately held startups that are considered unicorns worth more than a billion: I get they reach it by +equity-liability + future earnings. I don't see any way of ...
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Tax rules for investment LLC's

I have a question about how investments managed by an LLC are taxed. For example, say I invest my own money and buy a stock and I sell it for a positive return. If it is sold in less than a year of ...
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When is paying into a UK pension bad tax planning? (LTA)

UK Pensions are great for the tax breaks that they give as you pay into them (up to 45%), and as the pension generates value, but if you exceed the lifetime allowance (LTA = £1,055,000 in 2019-2020) ...
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Is there a different tax rate for non-U.S. resident foreigners on capital gains in the U.S., depending on period of investment?

I'm an Indian citizen, living in the U.A.E. The U.A.E. does not have a tax treaty with the U.S., so, tax treaties don't affect the equation, which makes things simple. I've read that there is a ...
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Why didn't I get avios for every pound I spent using Amex British Airways

I've been using an American Express British Airways credit card. As it is advertised, it gives you one avios per pound you spend. However, I only got 29 avios after spending more than 100 pounds. ...
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Is there a prescription/stipulated time for an invoice to be collected?

Is there a time frame to collect an invoice? I have a client I need to collect a bill from. They are always making excuses. Do I have a time frame to collect the bill? Does the debt have a ...
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Mother abusing my finances

I'm in a bit of a predicament so I want to give some background. I'm a 17-year-old who has a bank account with my mother as an account holder given that as a minor I cannot legally enter into an ...
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Tool to view historical rates of returns [on hold]

I'm looking for a tool to help me understand the performance of individual stocks in my portfolio. In particular, I'm interested in the rate of return of the stocks. It would be amazing if I could ...
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Tax rate on miscellaneous income

Where would I find US tax rates on miscellaneous income that does not have an associated W2 or 1099? For example, let's say I start mowing lawns for my neighbors and a make a few thousand dollars for ...
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How can CLDR(NYSE) still be shorted after it dropped more than 10% the previous day?

CLDR is still allowed for shorting after losing ~2% on Friday, probably also because of this, when on Thursday it was dropping ~11%... As far as I know there should be a rule which does not allow ...
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Best strategy to invest in mutual funds with this scenario?

Edit: This question is about investing in mutual funds in India by a resident of India. I have been working for the past 7 years. I have most of my savings in fixed deposits (60%) and stocks (40%). ...
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Approximate cost of making a shell company

Hi. I was thinking about making a company to hide a plane I am thinking of buying. A helpful person suggested to make a shell company since planes can be registered to companies and FAA site doesn't ...
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Strategies to earmark money for large expenses

Like most people, we have several large expenses that we only have to pay once or twice a year like homeowner's insurance, car/home repairs and improvements, and saving money for a vacation. What's a ...
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What to invest if my savings will be used in another currency later, compare to which my countries currency devaluates?

My situation as follow: I'm planning to go abroad to study a semester during my undergrad, and then do my PhD also in abroad. My future plans are also living in abroad. The currency in these ...
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Sprint/T-Mobile merger includes 0.13 cash equivalent [duplicate]

The sprint/tmobile exchange rate is 9.75, but what does the remaining 0.13 cash equivalent mean which is also part of the deal?
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What exactly is a Indirect Cost Ratio?

The Australian Superannuation fund I use has no fixed annual fee, no percentage based management fee, and no investment fee. (The fund is EISS - link to their Product Disclosure Statement here) ...
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Should I replace some parts of my portfolio with an option strategy?

I want to increase the percentage return of my portfolio even though it's almost meaningless in the total amount, and I don't mind making it a lot more complicated. I have a few brokerage accounts, ...
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How do early investors decide which startup makes sense to invest in? [on hold]

What do venture capital investors look for in a startup? Are there any good books or other resources for an investor who wants to start investing in early stage startups?
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why is this UK firm's market capitalization number weird?

https://uk.investing.com/equities/uk-comm-prop-trust Hi, I am gathering UK stocks information through financial numbers. But as I was looking into this firm, I tried to calculate the market ...
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Is it worth fixing a wrong address on my credit report?

I pulled my credit report today and noticed that one of the former addresses doesn't belong to me. It belongs to my aunt and uncle. I've never lived with them or had mail sent to their house, so aside ...
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Getting an auto credit history without buying a car

I’ve graduated college and got myself a pretty solid engineering job. And think it’s time for a new car. I’m looking at some of the nicer cars in the $100k range. The problem is I’ve never had a ...
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Loan vs Balance transfer - how to effectively calculate my way to a decision

Let us say I have $10k in a high interest debt. Or even some money I need to borrow for expenses. I am unable to clear the $10k in one payment and so putting it on a credit card won't make sense. ...
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Online-only checking accounts with bill pay and no overdrafting features? [on hold]

What are some online-only, free checking accounts with bill pay and no overdrafting features, similar to Simple.com*? *Simple.com unfortunately is removing bill pay in July 2019. Posted here: https:/...
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How to monitor for identity theft of minor child

It's important to monitor your own credit for signs of identity theft and for errors, because recovery can be time consuming and expensive. What steps should parents take to monitor their minor ...
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Do I need to file taxes or can I file taxes educational credit refund purpose with 1098T?

I did not work at all but I received a 1098T for my online school. The 1098T has $12,070.04 on box 1 and $2,529.53 on box 5. I will like to know if I should file taxes with the 1098T only to get ...
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Tax exemptions for export shipment

I live in the US. I tried to purchase the 220 volts home appliances to ship them to North Africa. The vendor in Chicago asked me the shipment address I gave him the address of North Africa. He said he ...
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Employer asking for online access to bank account - Is this a scam?

I just recently got a freelance job as a virtual assistant. The employer I have looks like a reputable person with his own agency and everything. I'm new to it, so he asked for my bank account number, ...
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Vehicle has been broken into. Missing registration, insurance cards

My parents are currently out of town and they have left their vehicle parked on my block. We just discovered that the vehicle has been broken into. Aside from a few personal items, thieves have also ...
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Got an internship offer while working a student job. How do I fill my w4 for the internship?

Long story short: I am a non immigrant with a permit to work in campus, already filled a w4 with the university and I earn less than 10k a year. I got an internship for 90 days and I got another w4 ...
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Does COBRA make sense anymore with the ACA?

I recently changed jobs. Job 1 ended in March, and Job 2 started immediately after the end of Job 1. The health insurance provided by Job 1 continued to the end of March. The health insurance coverage ...
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Why is this stock's P/E ratio so different from Price/EPS?

I was looking at Alibaba Group Holding Ltd ADR (BABA)'s P/E ratio of 28.55 from Morningstar. While looking at its financials, Morningstar says that its diluted EPS TTM is 26.41. But its stock price ...
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Iron Condor Profit Probability

I'm trying to see if I understand Iron Condors correctly and how to assess whether or not the risk is worth it for a given set of circumstances. The maximum profit on an IC is realized when all ...
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What form should I keep my tax records in?

... and for how long? I have many years of IRS tax records taking up space. I wanted to do one of two things. Throw some or all of them out. Convert them to electronic form by taking pictures of ...
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What is the difference between a stock and it's ADR version? [duplicate]

I understand that ADRs or American depositary receipts represent securities of a non-U.S. company that trades in the U.S. financial markets. But, I see many companies having an ADR and non-ADR ...
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What are the most common partner equity distribution for startups?

Background I'm doing some due diligence regarding a US registered (Delaware C-corp) tech startup in Europe, where the founders are located and living in the EU. Although the business idea is very ...
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What benefits and risks do American C-corps have for investors in Europe?

In Europe the start-up investor climate seem quite different from what investors and entrepreneurs experience in the US. As I am being part of a few different EU based startups I am confronted with ...
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Using credit/debit card details vs swiping a card in a payment (credit card) terminal

I was given by a seller an option to come to their office and swipe my credit/debit card there in their payment terminal. Because it's a long way to get to their office, I asked the seller if he ...
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Where can I exchange bills for lots of coins?

No, not the other way around (what people usually talk about). I'm talking about for example exchanging a dollar bill to 100 pennies for example. These coins may come in handy when I need to revenge ...
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New mortgage co reversing claim decision by old mortgage co

I had a claim in March of last year due to hail/storm damage. The claim was paid by insurance to me and mortgage co. Then the mortgage co sent all the payments due, out to me in my name and the ...
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Is this a scam or not a scam?

I received the below email. Is is a scam or not a scam? Attention: Mohamed Atef, May the peace of the Lord be with you. Yes He left an ATM/VISA CARD with me before he traveled out of the ...
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Does a master trust have to liquidate to hand off assets to one or more child trusts? [on hold]

My mother had a trust which Wells Fargo Trust Management mismanaged. Before my mother passed, WF Trust Mgmt closed the master (parent) trust without specifying the siblings correctly. Just so I ...

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