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A Canadian Tax Lawyer's Perspective On Emigration Tax Issues
Emigrating from Canada has a multitude of tax implications including which country can tax particular income and the Canadian tax owed for emigrating.
Canada
20 Aug 2019
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Non-Resident Tax Returns | A Canadian Tax Lawyer's Analysis
Generally, Canadian tax residents pay tax on worldwide sources of income. By contrast, non-residents of Canada are only liable to pay tax on income or gains from Canadian sources.
Canada
15 Jan 2019
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Back-To-Back (B2B) Loans – Withholding Tax Rates On Interest, Rents, And Royalties
For individuals or corporations that are not tax residents in Canada, certain payments that they receive from Canadian sources are subject to withholding taxes.
Canada
15 Jan 2019
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Non-Resident Withholding Tax – Interest Income – A Toronto Tax Lawyer Analysis
The Canadian income tax regime differs for resident taxpayers and non-resident taxpayers in Canada.
Canada
20 Aug 2018
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Central Springs Limited – Limitations On CRA Collections Abilities
The Canada Revenue Agency has been granted extensive powers under the Canadian Income Tax act to help them collect tax arrears.
Canada
6 Jun 2017
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Canada's Withholding Tax Regime – Non-Resident Taxation
Non tax residents of Canada are taxable in Canada to a tax on income from certain "passive" sources of income, including dividends, royalties, and most importantly rent under Part XIII...
Canada
3 May 2017
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CRA Fingerprinting Tax Evasion Suspects
CRA has begun to collect the fingerprints of Canadians who are accused of tax evasion, even though they may never be convicted.
Canada
2 Mar 2017
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Paradigm Tax Protesters Convicted Of Tax Evasion
Alberta couple have been fined almost half a million dollars after they pled guilty in December 2015 to evading $486,000 in federal income tax in 2007 and 2008.
Canada
26 Jan 2017
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Tax Evasion As A Business – Results In Jail Sentences
Tax evasion has followed business models and is marketed and even franchised to the Canadian public at large, but founders of 2 different tax evasion systems have recently been jailed.
Canada
24 Aug 2016
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Paradigm Tax Evasion Scheme Founder Sentenced To Jail
Mr. Russell Porisky the founder of Paradigm, a business which counseled people across Canada to commit fraud by evading tax was sentenced to five and a half years in jail, and a fine of $259,482.
Canada
15 Aug 2016
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