|1 )||I have filed form 4868 for tax extension ,now I need to submit w-7 with foreign driving license ( no date of birth ,but for Malaysian , the 1st 6 digit of Malaysia national card is our birth date ) , can I submit driving license with national card ( no birth date and expiry date ) as I can’t use my expired passport ...|
|2 )||Am living outside of the U.S. ,will my tax extension be Oct 15th or Dec 15th ?|
|3 )||Can I submit w-7 together w 1040-NR ?|
|4 )||To claim losses on Disposal of Worthless / Revoked shares in 2019 against my Withholding tax on Dividend Income , I need to submit 1040-NR attach with Which copy of B , C or D of 1042-S ?|
|5 )||I only can claim my $3,000 losses from year 2019 onwards , but not on Prior year of 2018 ?|
|6 )||Do I need to fill up Form 1040-NR page 4 : Non Effectively Connected Income with a U.S. Trade or Business (Schedule NEC) which is flat rate taxed at 30% on my Dividend Income ?|
|7 )||Do I still need to fill up Schedule D ? Will 4 ) 1040-NR page 4 : Non Effectively Connected Income with a U.S. Trade or Business (Schedule NEC) be Sufficient ?|
|8 )||Need to fill up form 8949 to support 4 ) or 5 ) ?|
|9 )||form 1099B can be replace bt Tax Statement from Broker firm stating all the transaction on Disposal of Worthless / Revoked share ?|
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Whether you are a tax pro or regular taxpayer, there are a lot of gaps in your understanding of foreign national taxation (considered the statements you made and the questions you raised). As George suggested, you would do yourself justice by engaging a foreign national US tax specialist to assist you with your immediate questions and taxes (and understand the implications of your future investments).
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