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I am going to fund my sharedealing account and I want to buy US shares.

 

WIth another provider I had to fill out US tax forms before I could proceeed, I presume it is the same here.

 

I have looked on the IG website for the downloadable forms but I cannot find them on IG, is there a link that can be provided for me to follow to print them out.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Altin said:

I am going to fund my sharedealing account and I want to buy US shares.

 

WIth another provider I had to fill out US tax forms before I could proceeed, I presume it is the same here.

 

I have looked on the IG website for the downloadable forms but I cannot find them on IG, is there a link that can be provided for me to follow to print them out.

 

 

Hi, you can fill out the W8-BEN form online from your 'My IG' page > Settings > Dealing US stocks and answer the question checklist (see pic below).

 

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consider that in the following recovery after the 2008 GFC cyclical and deep value outperformed all markets by over 75 pct. Australia has the highest component of those stocks relative to its size, just a thought for you

 

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On 19/04/2020 at 08:09, Guest paul1956 said:

consider that in the following recovery after the 2008 GFC cyclical and deep value outperformed all markets by over 75 pct. Australia has the highest component of those stocks relative to its size, just a thought for you

 

Bannerman resources?

 

Can I hold Australian listed shares in IG and what forms do I need to fill out?

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