First, the conversion rate is closer to the opposite ($2 to 1GBP).My guess is that you'd owe taxes at c) and d), assuming a gain. On the stock sale, you'd have to convert the gain to USD at the current exchange rates. When you convert the GBP to USD, you'll take a currency gain or loss on the exchange difference from the time of the sale. Calvin
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