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  1. #11

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    When you left Cdn in 2011, did you file the T1 for 2010?


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    Yes I caught up on all my taxes before I left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lingc
    Yes I caught up on all my taxes before I left.

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    When filing the last T1 (for 2011), had you informed the CRA of your date of becoming non-resident?

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    I believe so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lingc
    I believe so.

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    Strange they will chase you for filing even had become non-resident. Perhaps they still find you have Canadian source income for 2012.

    Better find a tax accountant, but also check whether you have primary ties and other secondary ties.

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    Any recommendations for an advisor? Google search only brings up corporate, US and or advisors based in Canada. I'm hoping to find one here in case they make me pay back the last few years. Which is why I bumped the thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lingc
    Any recommendations for an advisor? Google search only brings up corporate, US and or advisors based in Canada. I'm hoping to find one here in case they make me pay back the last few years. Which is why I bumped the thread.

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    You may try to contact the Big 4 accountancy firms (PricewaterhouseCoopers, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG) which can deal with international taxes. But you need to check their fee quotes. Also please see the below link:

    http://www.tradecommissioner.gc.ca/e....jsp?did=85971

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