I also remember when I lived in the Middle East, the reason US expats were thin on the ground was the fact they got taxed by the motherland even in a tax free environment.Sort of yes, depending if the country has a tax agreement with the USA.
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No problem, dad (Charles) will continue to support the idiot with funds for ever if necessary.
I believe that is the case, so if Mr Sussex is getting dosh from dad to sort out his security detail then he may get taxed on that. Of course if the bank of dad helps pay that tax bill Mr Sussex will then get taxed on that income and so on ad infinitum.I thought that as a US resident, your full wealth worldwide is open game for the IRS, rather just what's earned while there.
Have we solid evidence for that?
I'm not being argumentative, I want it to be true; but I need to know that it is true.
The excellent is for your final paragraph.I believe that is the case, so if Mr Sussex is getting dosh from dad to sort out his security detail then he may get taxed on that. Of course if the bank of dad helps pay that tax bill Mr Sussex will then get taxed on that income and so on ad infinitum.
Which may have a bearing on whether or not the young lad is deemed a burden n the US taxpayer and also why I wonder if HRH will want the US tax authorities rooting through his finances albeit indirectly. With Prince Andrew not being flavour of the month that may be problematical.
Come to think of it Meghan is related by marriage to Andrew which might not be a plus in the #metoo society that is Hollywood.
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That is a good point about photography props. Getting your photo taken in those days was a major event, and not usually something done casually.No.
The belts are probably 7x57mm Mauser.
The rifles, 44-40 or 38-40 Win?
But either or both could be photography props.
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