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  1. Italy Expat Forum for Expats Living in Italy
    Hi again, now that I have Italian residency, I am wondering what is the best bank to use in Italy? I would be wanting one that has, 1. The most reasonable rates. 2. Internet banking - if possible with English translation. 3. An online high interest saver linked to the personal savings account...
  2. Mexico Expat Forum for Expats Living in Mexico
    Hi. I'm a student from the Philippines and I got this sudden interest on how to open a bank business in Mexico.. I mean, what are the requirements to set up a bank in Mexico? I've been searching all over the internet but of no luck. I'm hoping someone here can provide me an answer..
  3. Expat Tax
    Up until now I have always entered my Interest from German savings accounts as Taxable Interest on line 8a of Form 1040. Article 11 paragraph 1 of the US/German Tax Treaty states: Interest derived and beneficially owned by a resident of a Contracting State shall be taxable only in that State...
  4. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Hi - Am wondering abut Question 4a), "Deductible Home Mortgage Interest". My question is - is home mortgage interest paid on a FOREIGN home also deductible, or is this question related only to a US home, where we all know that Mortgage interest is deductible? Many thanks
  5. Expat Tax
    I'm currently going through my us tax return using Turbo Tax and have got to the point where I need to record the interest from my UK bank accounts at Lloyds TSB. I've looked at my UK bank statments for my 3 accounts, worked out their max values, and totalled up the Net Interest for the year...
  6. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Hello, What total taxes might apply for a retired person to move to AU? I earn my income from dividends and interest in the USA. Currently the US taxes dividends at 15% and interest income at my AGI rate. No payroll tax is applied my income because it is not from a job. I have read the AU...
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