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Any help on this matter would really help me out. If you are a beginner make sure that you have a good phone help service. Consider such things before you choose your online broker, and others: Any online broker will pass your order in the second if is a market order, but do they care to give you a lower price when you give a limit order?

I always give my orders for more than one day, "all or nothing": I sometimes miss, but most of the time I get it in the same day, and often at least part of it at a lower price than my limit But be very carefull with their "home recommendations": Thanks for you reply garilou.

I was wondering since you are with an online Canadian brokerage do you get withheld tax on your U. And if so do you get Canadian tax credits on that withheld gains tax?

Or because you are with a Canadian broker you are not withheld tax on your U. Capital gains made in Canada, even on US stocks, are declared in your Canadian tax return, because they are not incomes coming from the US, or foreign income as opposed to real income coming from the US. Every month I receive offers to buy my "properties"! I bought them from my mom who had received them from her father. I guess this will stay in the family for generations: The sell is converted at the official year average from the CCB published at the end of the year.

And then they are simply compiled together with the Canadian stocks capital gains or losses if you have also traded on Canadian stocks. Does this answer your question? I think I forgot to mention: TD Waterhouse charges 9. Under that, the commissions are higher: Lots of discount brokers do the same, but some offer a very low commission even with smaller total capital. But do they offer all the reports that you get for free on TD?

Even the Royal Bank where my husband used to trade did not offer them: A for the technical part, they have Recognia, which send daily alerts. And depending on which broker I go with Canadian or U. Is it better tax wise capital gains tax for me to open with a Canadian or U.

Any help on this matter would really help me out. If you are a beginner make sure that you have a good phone help service. Consider such things before you choose your online broker, and others: Any online broker will pass your order in the second if is a market order, but do they care to give you a lower price when you give a limit order?

I always give my orders for more than one day, "all or nothing": I sometimes miss, but most of the time I get it in the same day, and often at least part of it at a lower price than my limit But be very carefull with their "home recommendations": Thanks for you reply garilou.

I was wondering since you are with an online Canadian brokerage do you get withheld tax on your U. And if so do you get Canadian tax credits on that withheld gains tax? Or because you are with a Canadian broker you are not withheld tax on your U. Capital gains made in Canada, even on US stocks, are declared in your Canadian tax return, because they are not incomes coming from the US, or foreign income as opposed to real income coming from the US.

Every month I receive offers to buy my "properties"! I bought them from my mom who had received them from her father. I guess this will stay in the family for generations: The sell is converted at the official year average from the CCB published at the end of the year.

And then they are simply compiled together with the Canadian stocks capital gains or losses if you have also traded on Canadian stocks.

Does this answer your question? I think I forgot to mention: TD Waterhouse charges 9. Under that, the commissions are higher: Lots of discount brokers do the same, but some offer a very low commission even with smaller total capital. But do they offer all the reports that you get for free on TD?