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Old 04-25-2010, 10:58 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by Simon Wood View Post
I'm from the UK but live in the US, so I pay taxes in both countries on income earned in both countries. For people outside of the US, you should be able to get a tax credit for foreign taxes paid when you file your taxes.
Depends if your country has a tax agreement with the US. Australia does,
UK's sure to, I'd think most western EU countries would (or does this fall under the whole-EU umbrella?).
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