US Cross-Border Tax Blog

Published by W.L. Dueck LLP

Posts filed under ‘Personal US Tax Return Issues’

Steven Flynn

Business in Vancouver – Article on how US tax reforms may impact Canadian business

Steven Flynn, a partner with W.L. Dueck & Co. LLP, was interviewed by Business in Vancouver and discussed how potential US tax reforms may impact Canadian businesses.

Steven Flynn

Changing Canadian and US Tax Law

Feedback is a valuable tool for improvement.  Whether you are a student seeking advice from a teacher, a professional listening to clients to upgrade service or a young point guard looking to beat a press (pass the basketball instead of dribbling it), we can all evaluate suggestions to help us improve.  Governments and tax authorities are no exception and often seek out comments and feedback on existing or proposed tax changes.  Recently a number of groups and organizations have offered… Read More

Steven Flynn

How Do I Move to Canada – Tax Edition

This week, on the night US primary results came in from Super Tuesday, Citizenship and Immigration Canada reported an increase in its normal website traffic from the US. Google reported a spike in the search term “moving to Canada” in the hours and days after. US citizens moving to Canada need to consider many issues such as immigration, health care, employment and skate size. Our tax laws are different than the US too and below we summarize some of the… Read More

Steven Flynn

Foreign Bank Account Reporting Forms

March means different things to different people.  Spring flowers.  Longer days.  College Basketball.  It’s also a time people start to think about their own income tax returns.  Deadlines arise in the spring and March 15th is just one such deadline for some US corporations and those individuals that are  required to ensure a non-US trust meets any US reporting obligations.  These US corporations and non-US trusts required to file US returns can file extensions on or before March 15th to… Read More

Emily Yu

US Federal Income Tax – Gains on Sale of your Canadian Home Part 2

When an individual moves from Canada to the US, he must decide whether to keep or to sell his former home in Canada. Depending on the decision, it may result in different income tax or reporting implications in Canada and the US. When an individual ceases to be a resident of Canada, he is deemed to have sold his worldwide assets (with some exceptions) and is subject to Canadian tax on any accrued gains in the year he emigrates from… Read More