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Hi demiller

The real question you should be asking yourself is whether you are a resident or non resident for tax purposes. If a non resident than you basically only have to account for tax to the country that you are living in!

Mind you watch out for the withholding taxes as they will hurt a bit...


I follow all your posts with great interest but the piece above, regarding withholding tax has me a little puzzled. It seems to refer to some tax changes that are about to come into effect on July 1st.

Do I detect that there will, from that date, be a witholding tax placed on the capital gain of an ASX held Australian share, held by a foreign national living in a foreign country?

Maybe I have misunderstood the position as I thought the current situation was that there is no such tax on shares owned by foreigners.

Thanks for your help

applefoot


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