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    WALLACE B.
    Member

    I am looking for information on \”taxes at source\” by various countries. i.e. Canada is 25%, US 35%, Spain 20%, Swiss 35%, Autralia may be 00%. I want to invest in dividend paying securities, but find that \”taxes at source\” can really cut into the profits (more in one jurisdiction than another).

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    TED H.
    Participant

    I use Interactive Brokers and they have a web page with a table of all the reciprocal tax treaties between countries, if that’s what you mean. For instance, my NZ corp gets 15% withheld on dividends from US stocks it owns according to this table. I think that’s about as low as you can reasonably get.

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    JAY V.
    Participant

    This is a topic that requires research and cross checking, and your tax jurisdiction plays a role.

    This site may help you.

    https://www.dits.deloitte.com/TaxTreatyRates/CompareTaxTreatyRates.aspx

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