2009 2121 Posted January 16 Share Posted January 16 So, I'm a bit confused 🤔 Some details: - I am an investor in American stocks. - I am not an American national. - My tax residence is Thailand. - I use a European broker I am sure I don't need to pay any tax to my home country. I am under the impression I don't have to pay capital gains tax to America. Correct? But I think I do have to pay tax on dividends to America? Correct? And if so, is the tax withheld or do I have to pay it myself yearly? And is it paid from the first dollar or only when you earn over a certain amount? I believe I would have to pay capital gains tax to Thailand if I brought the money into the country within the same tax year as the gains were realized. Otherwise, no capital gains tax in Thailand. Correct? And is the same true with dividends? (If you don't bring them into the kingdom, no tax?) Anything else I've missed? Or have I made a total hash of my above assumptions? 😂 Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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