yadayada Posted February 12, 2014 Share Posted February 12, 2014 Let's say the longest I stay in one place in a given year is 4 months. Im Dutch. Where would I be taxable on my capital gains that year? The place where you stay longest? Normally you have to stay somewhere for more then 183 days. My accountant couldnt asnwer this. I am assuming that if you stay somewhere for longer then 183 days, then they can could possibly claim taxes from you, because that is usually the period where you are liable for taxes. So if you dont stay anywhere for longer then 183 days, then technically your in some sort of tax limbo? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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