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Tax on capital gains vs franked dividends in Australia

Consider two stocks "CG" and "DIV" that perform equally well, but the difference is: "CG" pays no dividends and all its performance comes from it raising its ticker ...
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Where the money for the difference of appraisal and purchase price goes

If an appraisal is lower than purchase price and buyer pays that difference where does that money go? Towards principal? It just means the buyer has to have a bigger downpayment to cover original ...
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Do Operating Expenses typically include Depreciation & Amortization?

I have been finding conflicting information on the internet regarding whether depreciation and amortization (D&A) is part of operating expenses. On the Income Statement page on Wikipedia, D&A ...
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How do stock prices change?

I understand stock prices are determined by supply and demand. If I own a share in some company and more people want to buy it than there are sellers available, my share value will go up. My question ...
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Calculation of value of supply in gst

The total sales according to invoices is 3 lakh, but I received 10 lakh in the current account registered with GST. What will happen and how will GST be calculated?
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Charting Economic Surprises

Reading the book about FX trading called "Day Trading and Swing Trading the Currency Market: Technical and Fundamental Strategies to Profit from Market Moves" by Kathy Lien. Can't understand ...
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Discussion on IPO and Market segment [closed]

What factors should a company consider before deciding to go public with an IPO? How do market segments influence a company's marketing strategy? What are the potential risks and rewards for investors ...
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Why do institutional investors make short-term buy and sell decisions?

The stock market as a whole rises and falls. Institutional investors represent 90% of stock market trading volume, generally possess hundreds of billions of Dollars in assets, and aren't motivated to &...
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Confusion in filing gst and income tax return

If you start filing gst returns then is it necessary that you should file income tax returns also
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Credit Union and Elavon: closed account and acceptance of refund/credit

I was issued a refund by a vendor to a debit card of an account that I had closed 5-6 months prior. She did not ask me what card to refund, she just refunded it. She got an error saying that the ...
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Why ETFs that replicates the MSCI World LEVERAGED 2X Daily (SHLE) don't seem to exist (yet)?

I am a French young personal investor that took interested in ETF during the pandemic COVID. I have soon started to invest in ETF that follows indices such as the MSCI World, the S&P500 or the ...
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How do I adjust number of shares after a stock split on google-finance?

I use google-finance to browse a portfolio. After a stock split, the share price has adjusted correctly, but the number of shares has remained the same. How do I adjust the number of shares, it looks ...
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How many pence sterling are there in 1 pound sterling?

The answer seems easy, 1 GBP = 100 GBX. But I came across a few sites which return variable conversion value between GBP and GBX. https://www.mataf.net/en/currency/converter-GBP-GBX?m1=1.00 Now I am ...
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Are REITs DPP's?

My SIE textbook says REITs "offer dividends and gains to investors but do not pass through losses like LPs and, therefore, are not considered DPPs." But Investopedia says "The most ...
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Is the chart supposed to reflect returns?

I'm looking at MUTF:PHSZX. The price chart for the past 10 years is showing a total price increase of 10%, but the total 10 year return is 193.9%. How is that possible? https://www.pgim.com/...
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Germany - when is the Vorabpauschale for accumulating ETFs paid?

I am very confused and I would really appreciate some clarification. I hold some accumulating ETFs with a foreign broker (Degiro) while living in Germany. I am now doing my tax return for 2023 and ...
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What is the expected selling for $32 that produced unrealized gain of 312$ how much can i sell with that? [closed]

I am learning about investment on the stock unrealized gain etc, hypothetically so I know what to do when it occurs, suppose I invested 32 dollars and I get unrealized gain of 312 dollars, how much ...
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Why are ETFs so bad at tracking Japanese indices?

ETFs that track American indices are generally very succesful at doing so. An example is Spy5, which has followed S&P 500 very closely since its inception in 2012. However, any ETF I have found ...
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I need help to understand Income tax will be applicable if working in Saudi Arabia and salary transfer to Indian account

I am working in Saudi Arabia and my salary is getting credited into Indian Bank Account and the account is regular not NRI. So, I'll be eligible to pay Income tax on my earnings as per taxation rule ...
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What is the difference between unit-linked policies and a DC-plan?

From what I understand a DC(defined contribution) plan is a pension plan where you make contributions, then invest the money, and the pension you get depends on the rate of return. I have also read ...
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(India) What can be done after claiming lapsed ITC mistakingly?

What to do if you claimed a lapsed ITC (not knowing it's lapsed) one month after the deadline, 4 years back, only to be notified now (4 years later) by the government that, that ITC claimed was ...
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Nvidia stock split simple question

Can someone explain this to me? "Each record holder of common stock as of the close of market on Thursday, June 6, 2024, will receive nine additional shares of common stock, to be distributed ...
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Can I switch from my spouse PPO plan to HSA plan

I am on my spouse PPO plan as dependent and he is filing taxes married and filed jointly with his name. Now I got new job where my employer is giving HSA account(employer contribution too!). Can my ...
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Does retirement (pre-Full Retirement Age) qualify for a special enrollment period for the affordable care act?

If I retire before I am old enough to be eligible for Medicare, and it wasn't a forced retirement by my employer. Do I qualify for a special enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act (aka ...
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When shareholders vested with voting rights cast a vote on a firm's policies, can the firm see who voted and for what, or is the vote anonymous?

When shareholders vested with voting rights cast a vote on a firm's corporate policies (example), can the firm see which shareholders voted and which vote they cast, or is the vote anonymous? I am ...
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tax liabilities on creation of a discretionary trust

If a person's will bequeaths some money to a discretionary trust fund for the benefit of a list of beneficiaries, does the amount bequeathed to the trust immediately count as trust income subject to ...
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why CRWD OTM calls were bought <10 minutes before expiry

CRWD was around 349 when the options were bought. within 2 mins of time, I have seen CRWD 365C hitting repeatedly which were expiring in 10 mins (times shown in the image are PST) and the money is not ...
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Tax implications re: execution of stop-loss orders and buying back into the same asset

I am curious about tax implications and any law/rule regarding the execution of a stop-loss order (realizing a gain), and then deciding to buy back into that same asset in a short period. For instance,...
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Excess (or not) HSA Contribution Problems Due to Medicare Enrollment-6 Month Rule

I'm hoping someone can guide us to solve our HSA problem. In April 2024 my wife filed an application for Social security benefits (she will be 70 this year), which she supposed to receive in July 2024....
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Can someone explain to me the best option strategy here?

NOTE: By "covered put" we mean covered by a short position, not a cash-secured put. I have the following question from my SIE textbook: If a customer had a large cash position and was ...
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What are the best strategies to use when purchasing stock? Do you follow anyone specifically to watch their trends? [closed]

What are the best strategies to use when purchasing stock? Who are some good examples of people or companies to follow and watch their trends? I saw you in another post and had good advice @jwh20
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On a call option to get out of a call option contract I have to ask

I sold a call stock option. Now the price of the stock is higher than strike price of option. To cancel my contact, would I have buy to close the option at the current price?
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Is it legal to deposit a check that says pay to the order of cash

Has anyone cashed a check that says pay to the order of cash? That's legal, right? Because I deposited it, and I got a deposit confirmation, and then later on they closed my account and removed the ...
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Question about order types

I have the following question from my SIE textbook: ABC stock is currently trading at $63. Julia Miller would like to purchase ABC stock, but not at $63. If the price of ABC stock were to fall to $58 ...
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Am I Wasting My Time With Time & Sales Trading Data?

I currently trade using a combination of volume footprint and TPO charts, and am interested in using Time and Sales data to help strengthen my conviction when placing a trade. However, when making a ...
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What would have been a good medium-term investment in 1999?

The longest stock market stagnation in recent times was in the early 2000s: first the dot-com crash, then the great recession. If someone in 1999 had bought into, say, an S&P 500 index fund, it ...
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Am I buying back my same covered call I wrote?

So I understand that a recommended strategy when selling Covered Calls is to buy it back before it expires. What I'm unclear on is am I buying back the exact Covered Call I wrote? Or is it someone ...
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Looking for Canada GST memo D17.1 dated Jan 1995

In April 1999, Canada Revenue And Customs Agency revised its GST/HST Memorandum 17.1, obsoleting the previous version which was dated January 1995 I would like to obtain the obsolete, January 1995 ...
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Deciphering my Payroll stub

My employer here in Florida doesn't offer health benefits. However, each pay period (every 2 weeks) they include $150 (untaxed) for me to spend toward health care. Am I required to spend that on ...
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Suspended loss on 2 properties offset ira distribution income when 1 property is sold

I have two rental properties and will be selling one this year. Property A has suspended loss of $120,000 and Property B $100,000. When I sell property A this year, I can write off $220,000 against ...
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I bought my first Blackrock iShares ETF today and want to know if I am now registered with Blackrock (data transfer from broker)

I bought my first Blackrock iShares ETF today and want to know if I am now registered with Blackrock (data transfer from broker) I bought shares in a Blackrock ETF via Swissquote. Are my personal ...
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Dual status and substantial presence test

In 2023, I was present in the US as an international student on a visa (and was considered a resident alien, having filed my first resident return a year prior). After I graduated, I returned to my ...
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Are there any *real* reasons not to long hold leveraged ETFS like TQQQ?

Across a variety of sources, I often see the following argument (paraphrased): Leveraged ETFs are a bad investment, because if the stock goes up x%, then down x%, an ETF leveraged n-times has a value ...
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How do you determine the price at which it's better to sell this asset instead of renting it out?

Let's say you own a parking space. You have two options: You can rent out the parking space for $1,000/month. It seems fair to assume that the rent will keep pace with inflation, which we'll call 2% ...
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What determines the date for evaluation of GPO (Government Pension Offset), and is it a one-time evaluation?

My wife is a public school teacher in Colorado with a government pension that will be more than 75% of my social security benefit in today's dollars. (The relevant number being 75%, consisting of 1/(2/...
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Double tax treaty US-UK for UK resident

I want to understand if I'll pay taxes to the UK on my foreign income earned in the US and if the current tax treaty allows me to be exempt. Next is my understanding, and I'd like to know if it is ...
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Why is the entire address needed when paying for some bills online in the USA (US card, US merchant)?

When I pay for some bill online in the USA (US card, US merchant), sometimes I am being asked for my entire address, and sometimes I am being asked for only my ZIP code. Why? Different levels of ...
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How do I amend my 2018 California Form 540 personal tax return?

I want to amend my 2018 form 540 personal tax return but can only find the online form for year 2023. To amend, should I include the 3 forms: 2018 540 2018 Schedule CA latest (2023) Form Schedule X
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what orders to be triggered after a stock splits?

i saw this question but really didn't think it was answered properly. Meaning there was no yes or no answer. The original question was: Can I use limit orders to be triggered after a stock splits? So ...
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Why close "How to put my PhD in mathematics to good use in stock trading" ? but keep open two other similar questions? [migrated]

why open How should I approach personal finance as a mathematics and computer science student? Beginning to trade from a mathematics background but closed How to put my PhD in mathematics to good use ...
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