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Forum: Philippines
Today, 11:47 am
Replies: 5,205
Views: 690,855
Posted By morpeth

Re: Me and My Family

Since Phil 11 rejected all advice for years to get out of the situation, with often referring to a gloomy life back in the UK, there are other places in the world that offer the benefits of the...
Today, 11:28 am
Replies: 2,150
Views: 51,850
Posted By morpeth

Re: Brexit changes

I am unsure where Brexiters may have received the idea that British workers would flock to these sorts of jobs, let alone the pay issue- and farmers would probably be tearing their hair out about...
Today, 11:09 am
Replies: 2,150
Views: 51,850
Posted By morpeth

Re: Brexit changes

This fantasy mantra of Brexiters has been pointed out for some time, one would hope Brexit leaders would have sufficient shame to stop the drivel about about trade deals supposedly delivering a net...
Yesterday, 12:47 am
Replies: 2,150
Views: 51,850
Posted By morpeth

Re: Brexit changes

Nor does long term gratification appear likely. The negative aspects started appearing day 1. Fantasy dreams of Brexiters appear just that. Trade deals so far do not give the slightest indication...
Forum: Philippines
Yesterday, 12:38 am
Replies: 5,205
Views: 690,855
Posted By morpeth

Re: Me and My Family

A year and twp years ago there were several posts giving the opinion to just leave the philippines.That advice is even better now. My suggestion is agree to whatever she wants, then just kiss the...
Feb 7th 2021, 3:12 pm
Replies: 2,150
Views: 51,850
Posted By morpeth

Re: Brexit changes

As usual with these agreements- is there any probable indication that joining this agreement will be beneficial to the UK ? I note that Brexit darling Farage a few years ago said entering such...
Forum: USA
Feb 4th 2021, 5:50 pm
Replies: 14
Views: 1,109
Posted By morpeth

Re: Attorney advising on PFICs

Unfortunately the nice situation you describe is fine and dandy but it is prudent to avoid risks; a getting qualified professional advice from those who specialize in this field is simply prudent. to...
Forum: USA
Feb 4th 2021, 3:10 pm
Replies: 14
Views: 1,109
Posted By morpeth

Re: Attorney advising on PFICs

Having a PFIC doesn't necessarily mean an audit, but I can say from tax attorneys and CPAs I have spoken to a general consensus has been it does increase the chance of an audit. As far as audit goes...
Forum: Canada
Feb 3rd 2021, 7:59 pm
Replies: 22
Views: 1,436
Posted By morpeth

Re: Applying for British State Pension Questions

What does one do if one doesn't have such addresses ? Do they check ?

I can get my state pension forecast , and NIC paid easily enough online- but there are some years I don't know how teh NIC's...
Forum: USA
Feb 3rd 2021, 7:52 pm
Replies: 14
Views: 1,109
Posted By morpeth

Re: Attorney advising on PFICs

I second that recommendation using a qualified CPA - Any PFIC an audit magnet.

As far as the attorney unless you have written documentation or an email don't think there is much you can do....
Jan 31st 2021, 3:12 pm
Replies: 12
Views: 1,412
Posted By morpeth

Re: Professional advice on moving back for retirement

I can second that recommendation. Professional service and reasonable fees
Jan 27th 2021, 8:22 pm
Replies: 2,150
Views: 51,850
Posted By morpeth

Re: Brexit changes

I eagerly look forward to some resident Brexiter explaining all this is a benefit.
Jan 23rd 2021, 5:21 pm
Replies: 2,150
Views: 51,850
Posted By morpeth

Re: Brexit changes

Again is there any probable indication such deals will be a benefit to the UK?

As far as a FTD is there any non EU country offering the same free trade and investment provisions the UK had as a...
Jan 23rd 2021, 1:22 pm
Replies: 2,150
Views: 51,850
Posted By morpeth

Re: Brexit changes

In several discussions about different aspects of Brexit I have posted links to serious publications from private and public entities, as well from specialists- plus provided a rational basis for my...
Jan 23rd 2021, 1:12 pm
Replies: 2,150
Views: 51,850
Posted By morpeth

Re: Brexit changes

I am eagerly awaiting resident Brexiters to explain how this a positive.
Jan 22nd 2021, 10:47 pm
Replies: 2,150
Views: 51,850
Posted By morpeth

Re: Brexit changes

Sorry I find it a bit silly to form opinions based on politicians quoted in the Daily Express.
Jan 22nd 2021, 10:44 pm
Replies: 2,150
Views: 51,850
Posted By morpeth

Re: Brexit changes

It is the leavers willing to bet the country's future on fantasies like trade deals. surely it is not unreasonable to ask on what probable basis there would be a benefit ? So Brexiters can provide...
Jan 22nd 2021, 8:12 pm
Replies: 2,150
Views: 51,850
Posted By morpeth

Re: Brexit changes

I am equally at fault, I have just tried now for some time to understand the Brexit mind, and consider with Brexit leadership what might happen to the country. I never understood how much of the...
Jan 22nd 2021, 8:07 pm
Replies: 2,150
Views: 51,850
Posted By morpeth

Re: Brexit changes

Against my better judgement I clicked on the link expecting perhaps an intelligent analysis giving some reason the current negative economic relationship with India might have a probability or even...
Jan 22nd 2021, 7:59 pm
Replies: 2,150
Views: 51,850
Posted By morpeth

Re: Brexit changes

The waste of time is repeating slogans and wishful thinking.

Your posts proves my point- it is just sheer wishful thinking. about trade deals. I have posted my reasons for my opinions about trade...
Jan 22nd 2021, 6:02 pm
Replies: 2,150
Views: 51,850
Posted By morpeth

Re: Brexit changes

No Bipat , except on issues about FOM and strawberry pickers, haven't seen 1 post identifying a country for which a net plausible benefit will result from a trade deal, nor any Brexiter explain how...
Jan 22nd 2021, 5:54 pm
Replies: 2,150
Views: 51,850
Posted By morpeth

Re: Brexit changes

1. Not only do you know what I meant . I have explained it several times. The relevance of size of a country, what it imports and exports, and economies of scale , stage of economic development all...
Jan 22nd 2021, 2:49 pm
Replies: 2,150
Views: 51,850
Posted By morpeth

Re: Brexit changes

Then please do explain these positives you proect with some rational reason why they are proble.

You cannot deny facts of Brexit, some long-term negatives of Brexit now in place.Yet you deny...
Jan 22nd 2021, 2:33 pm
Replies: 2,150
Views: 51,850
Posted By morpeth

Re: Brexit changes

I await the resident Brexiter explanation how that is a positive for the UK.
Jan 22nd 2021, 2:32 pm
Replies: 2,150
Views: 51,850
Posted By morpeth

Re: Brexit changes

1. Both China and India are considered developing economies wheher their growth rate is 1% of 15% a year. In discussing potential trade deals obviously a rational person would consider whether a...
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