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Filing Strategies for Delinquent U.S. Taxpayers: Bad News and Good News.

U.S. citizens and Green Card holders living outside the United States are often unaware of their U.S. tax filing and disclosure obligations. In a two-part video series, Andersen Tax LLP partner, Warren Dueck reviews the obligations and strategies available to delinquent U.S. taxpayers. The videos cover who is required to file, what types of accounts […]

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Tax Residency. Why It Matters and How It Is Determined.

June 15, 2020

Your tax residency, in Canada or the United States, determines whether the CRA or the IRS has the power to tax you on your worldwide income or at least who gets to tax you first. There are significant tax differences between Canada and the U.S. Those differences create tax opportunities and problems.  Which tax laws apply can have a major financial impact, and if you get it […]

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2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates’ Tax Plans

March 25, 2020

The Super Tuesday primary results quickly provided clarity to the Democratic nomination contest by further winnowing the field of candidates down to only Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders. One area where the Democratic candidates agree is that taxes should be increased on wealthy individuals and corporations. However, there are material differences between the proposals put […]

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Qualified Charitable Distributions – Tax Savings for Canadian Residents

November 18, 2019
Canadian residents that hold certain U.S. retirement plans may have an unusual tax savings opportunity when making charitable contributions.
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