My dad lives abroad. I was talking to him the other day about how I had recently started buying stocks for the first time (he has been investing for quite some time). After a while, the subject of capital gains tax was brought up. This is what he told me:"Nah... I don't pay those because I don't live there. I only pay taxes on dividends".Is that the way it is? Do you just don't pay capital gains tax if you live abroad? Would it make sense to open a brokerage account from an address abroad and avoid paying C.G. taxes?Ander
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