Sean W.

Toronto, ON & Portland, OR

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comment Personal Investment Account for US citizen residing in Canada
Per the IRS: A U.S. person is "a citizen or resident of the United States". So you are definitely in that category. Your assumption that you are a resident of Canada is likely true, but you are still also (and always) a U.S. person. irs.gov/Individuals/International-Taxpayers/…
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comment Personal Investment Account for US citizen residing in Canada
Well, it's true, you do have to file U.S. taxes if you are a U.S. person. If you try to avoid it then they are very right in not letting you open an account.
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comment Is there any reason not to put a 35% down payment on a car?
+1 for "Don't take financing advice from a car salesman."
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comment What does "identifiable seasonality" mean in X11 documentation?
Good points, both of you. I added a quote from the link, but it is difficult to explain the question without answering it now that I've read the definition provided in the accepted answer.
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