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What rate of withholding is applicable for a domestic

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What rate of withholding is applicable for a domestic partnership with 2 foreign partners upon the selling of a rental property in US.

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I need to know if the withholding rate when filing Form 8813 would be 39% or 20% capital gains rate.

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A foreign partner that is engaged in US trade or business (ETB) and has effectively connected income (ECI) is liable for net basis taxation in the US at graduated rates

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Then, Section 875 specifies that foreign partner of a partnership that is ETB is deemed also engaged in a US trade or business

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So, the rate of withholding is 39.6% for foreign individual partners (35% for corporate partners), 20% for LT capital gain.

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If this is for the SALE of property then the rate of withholding IS 20%

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Customer reply replied 2 months ago
the withholding rate on the sale of the property is 20% of gain?

That's right. It's a set amount. If the actual tax ends up being less becasue of the progressive rates then there will be a refund or more owed if they file a 1040NR. ut the withholding rate is a fixed 20% under the code

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