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For property in joint ownership, should we stated income and expenses in Form SA105 base on the % disclosed in Form 17?
I understand it will attract capital gains when I sell it. But what I am talking here is the quarterly distribution from the ETF as cash and part of them are classified as "Return of Capital". Should I use this part to adjust the cost basis of the ETF and report capital gain in the future when I sell it?
I have a Singapore ETF which has quarterly dividend but in two types:
1. Ordinary Dividend
2. Return of Capital
I receive both in cash anyway. It's clear that the "Ordinary Dividend" will be reported as dividend income. But for the "Return of Capital", should I report it as dividend as well or use it to reduce my purchasing cost and report it as CPG tax when i sell it ? Thanks.
I don't have any commercial software so I need to submit SA109 in paper form as it doesn't have an online form. In such case, can I submit other forms like SA100, SA106, SA108 online? Or I need to submit all forms in paper?
I have gained some interest by lending stocks via my broker. Should these interests be reported as saving interest or by other means? Thanks!