Written in English
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|Statement||Dale Walters, CPA, PFS, CFP ; with Sally Taylor, CPA, and David Levine, CA, CPA|
|Contributions||Levine, David, author, Taylor, Sally, author|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 193 pages|
|Number of Pages||193|
Taxation of Canadians in America, the latest addition to the KeatsConnelly Cross-Border Series, is the first book of its kind and likely will be the standard against which others are measured. This small volume should be read by every Canadian with a substantial connection to the US, whether as a snowbird, investor, or cross-border worker/5(8). In his book, Taxation of Americans in Canada, Walters seeks to calm those fears so that you can be proactive about the situation. () What digital items do customers buy after viewing this item? Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed. 4/5(1). This book clearly outlines the taxation issues facing any American living and working in Canada or contemplating a move 'up north'. The issues are explained in layman's term and repeatedly remind the reader of the tax obligations Americans face no matter where they live/5(17). In his book, Taxation of Americans in Canada, the authors seek to answer your questions and calm your fears so that you can be proactive about your US situation. This book discusses topics such as: • The basics of taxation for cross-border workers and other Americans living North of the 49th parallel.
Tax Obligations of American Citizens Living in Canada. If you are an American citizen living in Canada, your tax situation is delicate. Under both countries’ tax laws, you may be obliged to file personal income tax returns for each country. In Canada, the sales tax is known as the Harmonized Sales Tax, and is assessed at both the provincial and national levels. The federal tax is 5%, then each province adds additional tax anywhere from 0 to 10%. Renting Canadian Real Estate: U.S. citizens who intend to rent property situated in Canada are subject to a non-resident withholding tax on the gross rental. The payer or agent who collects the rent is responsible to remit the tax to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) by the 15th of the following month in which the rent is paid or credited. iv Taxation of Americans in Canada 8. Differences in How Certain Income Is Taxed 20 Dividends 20 Capital gains 21 Gambling winnings 21 Registered accounts 21 Alimony 21 9. Deductions and Credits 22 US Filing Requirements 23 The Totalization Agreement 24 Canadian Health Insurance 25 3view of Canadian Taxation An.
Buy the Paperback Book A Tax Guide for American Citizens in Canada by Richard Pound at , Canada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. American expats in Canada are required to file US tax returns every year, report worldwide income to the IRS and pay any tax imposed by US tax laws. David A. Altro and Jonah Z. Spiegelman. As such, Americans living in Canada need to be aware of two sets of tax rules and how they interrelate. The traditional advice for a Canadian will not always apply to American-Canadians, and the tax rules that Americans may be accustomed to in the U.S. may not hold true in Canada. Let’s take a closer look at a few of these issues. The United States tax system is one of the most complex tax codes in the world, and it's no surprise there are fundamental differences between the U.S. and Canada with regard to taxation. U.S. citizens have a number of possible income tax scenarios arising from employment in Canada. Tax Differences Between Canada and the U.S.