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I Was Just Made An Offer Of Employment By A US Multinational To Work In The China Subsidiary. Can I Take My Salary In The US If They Allow...
User Photo Chuck Heyde, CPA, CGMA
Tax Professional Level: Tax Wizard

Yes, you can receive your pay in the US even if you are working in China. FYI - regardless of where you receive your pay, you will be taxed in the US (assuming you are a US citizen) as well as taxed in China (...   Read More
User Photo Conrado Mangapit, EA
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I would assume that you'll have a Florida address by the time you file your tax return for the 2012 tax year. Should you decide to use a tax preparation service in Florida they will ask you: 1. When you left...   Read More
User Photo Sanzar Kakar
Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

Depending on type of business there is a quarterly 2%, 5% or 10% Business Receipts Tax on all gross revenue. In addition there is a 20% Annual Income Tax on all net profit. For more information, visit http://www....   Read More
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User Photo Patrick O'Hara , EA
Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

Yes, in theory the taxpayer can put money in a traditional IRA each year and then convert it to a Roth IRA later. This is a loophole that was created in 2010. The catch here though, is if the taxpayer has...   Read More
User Photo Hope Shoulders, Esq.
Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

In general, if the investment income is from passive activity, then the 3.8% net investment income tax will apply. Internal Revenue Code sec. 1411, states that a net investment income tax is imposed at a rate of 3....   Read More
User Photo Brett Layton
Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

This is tough one. Understandably States do not want to be pinned down and they also want to retain the right to decide on a case-by-case basis. The behavior of the state is likely inversely proportional to the...   Read More
User Photo Gary Carter, PhD, MT, CPA
Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

Article 20 of the US/German tax treaty allows a full exemption for income from teaching or research for up to two years if your stay is temporary. The provision that required a retroactive revocation of the...   Read More
User Photo David Neidhart
Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

Simply, the capial gains tax is set to increase from 15% as of Dec 31, 2012 to about 20-25% in the next year. This will occurr if Congress does nothing and the Bush tax cuts expire. Popular belief however, is...   Read More


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