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On 14/03/2018 at 20:52, robbob777 said:

Can someone please tell me why i need to provide a TFN to trade aus shares but not US shares? im new to IG.

If i click on the little blue pen icon it asks for my TFN? Is this a one off because im new?

Hi @robbob777,
It is a one off proces, you will need to enter you TFN for AUS shares. For US shares you will need to complete a W-8BEN form :W8BEN.PNG

All the best - Arvin

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