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Canadian Tax

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Canadian / International Tax Matters

International tax matters can be subtle and require advanced skill and knowledge. Because of these difficulties many firms shy away from doing international work. But why would we be interested in turning away some of our most interesting and loyal clients?

We are proud of our clients and the tax savings that we have brought them over the years.

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US Tax Return Filing Requirements for Resident Aliens & Nonresident Aliens

The distinction between resident aliens and nonresident aliens is crucial because resident aliens, like U.S. citizens, are taxed on worldwide income, whereas nonresident aliens are taxed only on U.S. source income. Your status as a nonresident alien individual affords you many opportunities to take advantage of the U.S. tax laws.

We must verify your status as a nonresident alien as the first step in the tax planning process. This procedure is complicated due to the many compliance issues associated with residency. Sometimes residency is determined under an applicable tax treaty; however, if no treaty exists, you are treated as a resident if at least one of the following three conditions is met:

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