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|U.S. Citizens Living in Canada
This publication outlines some of the significant US tax issues that can arise for US citizens (including Green Card holders) who are Canadian residents for income tax purposes.
|Canadian Snowbirds and US Income Tax
If you are not a Green Card Holder or a US Citizen, you may still be considered a resident for US tax purposes.
|Home Away From Home
Purchasing an American residential property may sound lucrative, but hidden costs, complex tax and estate planning issues, and important lifestyle choices must be considered.
|Tax Implications When Investing in U.S. Property
The increased focus by U.S. tax authorities has exposed many Canadian investors to tax compliance issues, and has resulted in substantial, unrecoverable financial penalties and interest being assessed. It is important for Canadian individuals investing in U.S. real property to understand the tax implications and their tax reporting obligations.
|US tax law changes affecting Canadians
Changes in US tax law will affect Canadians who own a US vacation property. Written by Roy Berg, a US attorney who practices in Alberta.
|Canadian Ownership of U.S. Property
It is important for those who are considering a purchase of U.S. residential property to understand the U.S. reporting and tax issues related to their ownership of U.S. real property, in addition to the Canadian tax implications.
|Tax and Estate Consequences of U.S. Investing
If you own U.S. securities such as stocks issued by a U.S. corporation or real property located in the U.S., you may also have to pay U.S. income and estate tax. However, there are ways to minimize your U.S. estate tax.