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Until 2014, U.S. taxpayers, who owned Canadian retirement plans, such as: Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) or a Registered Retirement Income Fund (RRIF) were required to file Form 8891, U.S. Information Return for Beneficiaries of Certain Canadian Registered Retirement Plans to report their interest in their qualified Canadian retirement accounts. In addition, this Form was...

If you are considering working in a new country there are many things you need to learn to avoid unexpected surprises. This can include the work culture, the immigration requirements and the tax system.  The Canadian government has several programs which facilitates entry for those individuals who have the skills that Canada is looking for...

The IRS Form 14653, Certification by U.S. Person Residing Outside of the United States for Streamlined Foreign Offshore Procedures; and Form 14654, Certification by U.S. Person Residing in the United States for Streamlined Domestic Offshore Procedures are both part of the two Streamlined Filing Programs. These include ‘Streamlined Domestic Offshore Filing Compliance Procedure’ (Domestic Program)...

In 2009, the US government began a series of streamlined offshore voluntary disclosure programs (OVDP). These programs were aimed at taxpayers with offshore assets  in order to make all, or most, U.S. taxpayers living outside the United States tax-compliant. It was also put in place to prevent tax evasion by taxpayers using offshore accounts. Although...

A disability situation can make life difficult for the disabled person and their family. The person has additional expenses to support their disability needs. For this reason, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) provides a Disability Tax Credit as well as other disability benefits to help minimize their tax burden. However, many times taxpayers are not well-informed about...

In the U.S., married couples have the option to file “Married Filing Joint” as opposed to filing two separate tax returns. Because tax rates are increased at higher income levels, if one spouse is making little to no income and the other spouse has high earnings, filing jointly can significantly reduce ones tax burden. In...

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With offices across Canada, we are positioned to manage and process the full scope of your Canadian, US and US Canada cross-border tax filing needs.
OFFICEVancouver
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104–4220 98 St NW Edmonton AB, T6E 6A1

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