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Top 5 Tax Issues for Americans Moving to Canada

Moving to another country is the most significant tax event in most people’s lifetime.  There are wins to be taken advantage of and potential traps to be avoided.  Americans have a unique issue in Canada, they will be subject to tax in both Canada and the U.S. and enter the complex world of tax disclosures […]

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

June 15, 2020

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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U.S. Federal Income Tax and Information Reporting Relief Procedures for Certain Former U.S. Citizens

January 21, 2020
On September 6, 2019, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) announced new U.S. tax relief procedures for certain former U.S. citizens.
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U.S. Transition Tax – A Fourth Update

April 14, 2018

In mid-April, there is usually a race against time by taxpayers and accountants to meet U.S. tax filing deadlines. The normal U.S. tax filing deadline for the 2017 year for individuals and certain U.S. entities is Tuesday, April 17th (a few days later than the usual April 15th due to weekends and a U.S. holiday […]

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