- I am movig from Australia to Canada by the company. I have permanent residency of canada. I was wondering if i can claim my relocation expenses?
- Hello,I am a US citizen living in Montreal for Graduate School. I have been here since September and made a small amount of money working as a TA. Is it still possible to file my taxes? Or, under a certain amount of income do I not need to file?
- I am a Canadian citizen and my wife is an American citizen. She has applied for Permanent Resident status and her application is still being reviewed. She does not have a SIN number yet. I want to tax split my pension income with her. She files her tax return in the USA and has no Canadian Income. We live together and spend time in both Canada and the USA. She has BC Medical and we reside in our respective homes in Canada and the USA. Can I split my pension income with her?[…]
- I’m originally from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, but moved to the U.S. at the end of November 2013. Do I fill out 2 tax returns, one in Canada, one in the U.S.?
- I got married in July 2013. My husband is a US citizen. He has been up here for most of 2013. We have applied for his permanent residency from within Canada. He is not allowed to leave the country until he has been approved or a final decision has been ma[…]
Posted January 29th 2016
Every Canadian needs to be informed on their tax filing requirements but the more than 500,000 snowbirds who travel to the U.S. sun-belt each year have additional considerations to keep in mind to avoid unwelcome surprises at tax time. The U.S. and Canada have significantly beefed up their cross-border communications so staying informed to avoid […]