Hi,As you can see, i'm pretty new here (in investing at all). I'm a Canadian and I heard that there is a 15% Tax on long term stocks (on dividends for example) from US gouv. How does it work and how Canadians are affected with that kind of taxes ?I'm still new and still digging here and there for all the information I can find, but this world of investing, just never ends. I've been reading for weeks and I feel like I still know nothing at all...Kind of scare making big mistakes with taxes and US / CA laws and stuff.Thanks for you help.-YRoyPS: For those who know TFSA in Canada, I just opened one and I want to invest in US stocks from that account.
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