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My company has done very well over the past couple of years,
My company has done very well over the past couple of years, and I hold stock in it. My financial advisor has told me I need to sell some of that stock. These are restricted stock units (RSUs) which are part of my compensation. I'm afraid that selling the stock will trigger AMT. It will likely amount to approx. $500,000 capital gain. Will this be a problem?
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Hi, I have set up a Mining Consultancy service in NZ but 90%
Hi,I have set up a Mining Consultancy service in NZ but 90% of my work is in South Africa and Australia with the rest being in NZ. I am paid in AU$ and I dont charge any gst (accountant said I am zero-rated). Is it correct that I dont need to register for gst in Australia as long as I dont exceed the $75k threshold? I will have in total about 4 mining clients in Australia and 1 in South Africa.Thank you in advance for your time.LM
Im on long term disability. I have two blocks of money. OneView more finance questions
I'm on long term disability. I have two blocks of money. One is a retirement fund and the other is my 401k. These are currently being managed by my former employer. I've heard that I can withdraw my pension fund without penalty except for taxes. I'm 52 years old single but my home is shared with my ex partner. We both reside in the home with his mother.One option I was considering was to pay off my the home loan. Not having that monthly payment would be a great relief. But, it would also be a risk for my retirement fund. Currently, my 401k is invested in the stock market. That makes me very nervous. Its only now that my 401k has gotten close to what it was pre-stock drop. But, putting that money in an IRA making basically no interest doesn't seem wise at all.I definitely want the pension money away from my employer. The 401k I'm not sure about. Currently that money is in a age-driven fund. As I get older, the investment shifts to less risky options.Sorry, I know that's a lot of questions. Thanks for your help.