US Cross-Border Tax Blog

Published by W.L. Dueck LLP

Posts filed under ‘Tax Residency’

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

Warren Dueck

Tax Residency: How Long Can I Be in the US?

The answer is, you can stay in the US as long as you want to, but there may be tax consequences to how long you stay there. There is widespread confusion about residency which isn’t surprising.  The word, “residency” is interpreted differently depending on whether you are talking about tax, immigration, health insurance, etc.  Even within tax law, Canada, the US and the Canada-US tax treaty all have different interpretations of what constitutes residency. This article is about US tax… Read More