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It is literally impossible to do this; unless they get 50,000 pounds or more. I have checked with the top 4 banks who all claim to offer international accounts. they will NOT give you an account. They say you need proof of address, but then if you are not there full time they will not allow you an account. It's a vicious cycle, and I"m not sure how you're ...


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I know nothing about any Bolivian liability. As you say, you're not Australian tax resident, so there shouldn't be a liability there. The NZ government website has a reasonably clear explanation: New Zealand source income New Zealand will also tax income obtained by a non-resident if it has a New Zealand source. This is known as source based ...


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You are no longer an "exempt individual" as a student for a given year if you were an "exempt individual" as a student, teacher, or trainee for any part of 5 previous calendar years. For the 2020 tax year, you will have only been an "exempt individual" for some part of 4 calendar years, so you will still be an exempt individual for your days on student ...


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