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Can you use this for account information PayPal.Me/username?

What is someones PayPal account information that you fill in for cash earning apps to send you the money that you earned from their app? 1.) Is it your email [email protected]? 2.) PayPal.Me/username? ...
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Is copying other traders insider trading?

I just read this article: https://www.cnbc.com/2021/09/17/insider-trading-suspicious-bets-made-before-goldmans-2point2-billion-acquisition-of-greensky.html This part intrigued me: "Volumes went ...
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Does Capital One Buying Discover Revive My Capital One Debt?

I never paid a Capital One CC debt and now have a Discover card. After the proposed sale of Discover to Capital one can Capital One transfer my old debt to the Discover account that I have and ...
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Child Tax Credits are ending. Why would they send me a renewal pack?

Child Tax Credits are ending in 2024 and eligible users are migrating to Universal Credit. The letter ending Child Tax Credit payments for someone not moving to Universal Credit nevertheless states ...
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Does paying for some travel-related service (e.g., Airbnb) via installment payments (e.g., Klarna) count as travel with Rewards World Mastercard Card?

Assume a Bank of America's Rewards World Mastercard Card is configured so that it has a 3% cash back in the travel category. Does paying for some travel-related service such as Airbnb via installment ...
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Fixed-income fund question (dividends may be paid out of capital)

So there are a lot of fixed-income funds, and the ones focusing on non-investment grade corporate bonds seem to produce a lot of interest (around 7~8% each year). Now my question is almost all of them ...
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Can I get Lifetime Learning Credit as a nonresident alien if I am a resident alien for tax purposes?

I have been in the US for 8 years as an F1 student and I am a nonresident alien, but I am a resident alien for tax purposes. Can I claim LLC?
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Medical Transfer Apartment Lease

I did a medical transfer from one apartment to a smaller one. I wasn’t given a date of when everything needed to be removed from the old apartment. Can I be charged rent on both apartments if I was ...
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Question about claiming help with mortgage payment as income

I recently bought a house and moved in with my girlfriend. I am 25 year old male in a relationship for less than 3 years. I purchased the house by myself. My girlfriend is not on the loan or the title....
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How to fill out a W-4 for a job when you're also self-employed, if your self-employed income puts you in a different tax bracket?

I've been self-employed for a while, and am now starting a second job with an employer. I'm a bit confused as to how I should complete the W-4 - I just want to make sure I'm paying the correct amount ...
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Estmating Sales Tax & Deduction (specifcally U.S. Texas)

I am a bit confused regarding the calculation of a sales tax deduction, in this case in Texas, U.S. where there is no income tax. I am using TurboTax and it is estimating a sales tax deduction of ...
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How can I see a stock's key events in a Google query?

In this screen capture, this person is able to bring up Nvidia's key events when doing a google query for the stock, however, when I do the same I get a lot of information on the stock but one thing I ...
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Why do these two formulas for free cash flow differ?

I am working through a chapter on the cash flow statement of "Fundamental Analysis for dummies" while at the same time running some of the formulas on a real life example of one company's ...
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Wash sale and excess replacement shares

Let's say I had 10 shares of XYZ. On Dec 1 I sold 10 shares for XYZ for a loss ($1 per share, total $10). On Dec 2 I bought 20 shares of XYZ (single lot). So previous sale (On Dec 1) was a wash sale. ...
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Do charitable deductions apply to long term capital gains, or only ordinary income?

Let's say I have an income of $100k and long term capital gains of $500k. If I make a charitable donation of $200k cash, will that first reduce my ordinary income by $100k and then my LTCG by $100k, ...
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Insured is missing in another country

My father created ILIT. He is 91 years old. About 5 years ago he went missing. We think he may have gone to Romania. There is approximately $400K in it. It would be split 7 ways as I have 6 sisters. ...
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How do daily quitable insurances ever make money in Germany?

I am having a look at renter legal insurances in Germany refer. The Bavaria direct says I pay 11.12 euros a month to get a rental insurance, and I should, in theory, be able to get a lawyer who ...
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Why do futures allow higher leverage?

Why do futures allow higher leverage? Shouldn't the risk of a futures contract be the same as the spot. In that case, why would brokers feel more comfortable handing leverage to futures traders vs ...
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Costs deductible for vacation home built remotely with a builder

I built a vacation home with a builder and sold it two years after completion. My main home is in Texas, the second home was built in Arizona. Costs for construction of the home and costs for ...
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Fake TD bank draft

I sold my car in ICBC office in Vancouver, the buyer came with the fake driver license and fake bank draft. I deposited the bank draft via mobile app and it was accepted. Then I signed the paper, ...
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Is it legal to use "yfinance" for trading with real money? [closed]

As mentioned on their website, yfinance is for research and educational purposes. I have seen some discussions that it is not advisable to use yfinance for trading with real money (see this, this, and ...
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Assuming a bullish stock, any advantage in using LT RSUs to fund exercise cost of ISOs?

Example Present Information: Example Dummy Stock: GGG | Stock Price @ $10 Super bullish and so assume the value of the stock price will go up. ISOs: 10,000 with SP @ $5.00 (All vested, just not ...
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Could employees of s&p 500 companies elect employee friendly board members

Individual employees often hold stock in the company they work for through grants, stock purchase plans, 401k/Roth investments, HSA accounts, etc. either directly in the stock or indirectly through ...
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Should I file taxes if I opened Amazon seller account but never used it?

Me and my husband entered the US with F1(him) and F2(me) visas. He was a fully funded PhD student and we used to send our tax papers jointly. Last year we filed for EB2-NIW visa to get a Green Card, ...
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Give me same information about thay stock exchange [closed]

my name is Dany Watson and I am a businessman I invest in various companies and currently, I am working on SIP calculator a tool that helps me. So you can tell me more information about the stock ...
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Is NetPPE and Net Fixed Assets the same thing?

I'm trying to calculate the ratio mentioned in Greenblatt, Joel. The Little Book That Still Beats the Market by hands, and quote: Return on capital was measured by calculating the ratio of pretax ...
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Non resident alien Real Property tax and stock loses

I am a non resident alien and own a house in Florida, If I sell it, how much do I have to pay in capital gain? I had some losses on stocks I sold last year, if I have to pay capital gain taxes on the ...
Javier Cabrera's user avatar
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Is there a 0% capital gains bracket?

Currently I'm on the upper end of the 0% capital gains tax bracket. In 2023 I made $3K from interest, $3K from dividends, and $37K from long-term capital gains (no other income). When I calculate my ...
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Is the yield of a 30-year bond, issued 29 years ago and maturing in 1 year, equivalent to that of a 1-year bond maturing on the same date?

The question assumes both bonds are US Treasury bonds. I'm seeking clarity on whether the difference in original issuance date and remaining time to maturity impacts yield parity between these bonds. ...
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IRA in a margin account

I understand that an IRA can't be held in a margin account, or at least margin can't be used. What I didn't know until recently is that the IRS can declare the entire account distributed if it's in a ...
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Wash Sale Rule on a new repurchase and sale of the same stock

A newbie here! I have PayPal stock for over two years and my total return/losses is over -$2000 now. I bought and sold $700 of new stock a few days ago, for tiny profit, and I just found out about the ...
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Are contactless cards more secure than "insert required" cards?

I have been using my credit card in Asia. Vendors frequently commented that what I was doing was insecure because my card didn't require a PIN and was not contactless. I got a new card that is ...
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A scheme for more efficient house-check

When I consider an apartment to buy, I usually call an engineering company and ask them to check the apartment for any physical defects that I cannot notice by myself (In Hebrew this process is called ...
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How is total debt calculated in yahoo website?

I'm looking into the balance sheet of MLI, https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/quote/MLI/balance-sheet In the most recent quarter report, Current Debt is 556K Long Term Debt is 1301K The total debt should ...
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Estate tax exemption amount question

The Congress passed the Tax Jobs and Cuts Act during Trump's tenure as the president. One of the facets of this law was the doubling of the Estate Tax exemption from around 5 million to 11 million. ...
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Sister bought me out of house. What taxes do I owe?

My mom signed over her house five years ago for a dollar each. It was already paid off. My sister lived in it for the past five years. We agreed to sell it or she would buy me out at the five year ...
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Clarification on the 6-Month Yield Point on the US Treasury Yield Curve

Can the 6-month yield point on the US Treasury Yield Curve represent yields from securities originally issued with longer maturities (e.g., 1 year) but now have only 6 months left until maturity? ..Or ...
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Reason for stock not selling at current price

I looked for duplicates but couldn't find any that matched or explained the issue. I was just doing a test with a couple of really cheap penny stocks. They trade throughout most days and one in ...
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How to file for FIPRTA tax withholding and can I request interest from IRS?

I sold my property in 2020 and prepaid FIPRTA tax withholding since I am a foreigner. Theoretically, the tax withholding is supposed to be refunded the same year during the tax season. However, IRS ...
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How private is my tax return in practice?

My tax return contains quite a bit of sensitive and personal information, as I'm sure is the case for many other taxpayers. The IRS Website states they will only ever share the return involuntarily ...
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Doctor won't let me self-pay because I've "already presented" them my insurance card?

My doctor's cash price is lower than the insurance price. Since I likely won't hit my deductible this year I asked to switch to self-pay. They told me they are "not allowed" since I have &...
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How to calculate holding period return of a long-short strategy?

I have daily close price of two stocks, A and B. Suppose that we long stock A and short stock B. Assume that we do the long-short every day and hold that portfolio for $4$ days. How to calculate each ...
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My friend is in prison but he was able to get a stimulus check. How to cash it?

My friend is in prison, however he was able to get a stimulus check from the IRS when they were allowed to. I tried to deposit his check into my account after he signed it, but my bank rejected the ...
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ING Postident with austrian passport

My girlfriend wants to open a bank account with ING. We both live in germany. Now she has to verify her identity by Postident. However, it's not working out so well with her austrian passport(...
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How to calculate depreciation to get to the adjusted cost basis?

I am trying to get to my adjusted cost basis on an apartment. I already looked at this page but it would help if someone could help me with this. Do I need to factor in depreciation, or can I just ...
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Isolated Margin

This question about leverage mentions "Isolated Margin". A bit of googling leads me to think it is some crypto idea. The explanations I can find just states that the risk can be limited to ...
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what to do with inheritance [closed]

I stand to inherit about $150k some time this year. I am 60 years old, divorced, retired and own my home outright. It currently is valued at approx. $500k. I owe about $3k on my car loan. I have ...
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compute Invested Capital for banks on finance.yahoo . .

My question is about the calculation of Invested Capital on finance.yahoo.com . . . and in particular the calculation of this metric for banks. On finance.yahoo, under Financials > Balance Sheet, ...
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In a balance sheet who decided what an asset is? [closed]

I have started reading about annual reports of companies recently. In the balance sheet of a company there are two parts : a liability and an assets section. Who exactly decides what is considered to ...
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How to cash out Canadian cheque in foreign country

Prerequisites: I live in Ukraine I don't have a bank account in Canada I have a cheque from Canadian bank on my name. Ukrainian banks don't cash out cheques. Question: How can I cash out the cheque?...
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