Are You a Snowbird? Know Your Canadian Tax Obligations


Did you know? If you spend part of the year in the United States (U.S.), for example, for health reasons or on vacation, and you maintain residential ties in Canada (that is, a home, a spouse or common-law partner, a property), we usually consider you to be a factual resident of Canada. Important facts As

Are You a Snowbird? Know Your Canadian Tax Obligations2014-01-07T13:41:27+00:00

Tips from the Taxpayers’ Ombudsman


When dealing with the CRA... Tip #1 - Know your rights The Taxpayer Bill of Rights outlines what you can expect in your dealings with the CRA.  Knowing the service you are entitled to before you deal with the CRA can help you make the most out of your interactions. Tip #2 – Be prepared

Tips from the Taxpayers’ Ombudsman2013-08-23T13:20:42+00:00