<<I am a foreign investor in the US. I would like to open an investment account here, but I am concerned about taxes. Does anybody know what the US tax law says in my case? Does the broker withold the taxes?>>Generally speaking, if you are both a non-US resident and a non-US citizen, you'll pay taxes (via withholding at the source) on interest and dividends that you receive. You'll generally not pay any US taxes on capital gains that you realize. You should really read more about this in IRS Publication 519 and 901 at the IRS web site (http://www.irs.gov).TMF TaxesRoy
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