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I agree. If the question really needs a country tag, but it is never provided or inferred yet is still a good question, answering "In the U.S. ...", or "In Australia ..." as a qualifier seems reasonable. There's only so many options when the question is almost always from an anglophone (non-native speakers seem to be more aware of the need to specify ...


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I agree, not all questions require a country tag. If a members requests one, and it's not needed we should point that out. I also agree that mention of 401(k) is enough to say "US". I do think that guessing is wrong. It might result in an answer that's incorrect-country-centric, only to have the OP add the correct tag. Other than this, I've remarked ...


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This is now somewhat possible. It wouldn't show for every single question, but we do have the ability to provide more just-in-time help based on the tags that people use when posting. Can you give me some tags where it would be pretty important for them to specify a location within the question? I might be able to make quick work of this if so :)


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