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US Federal Income Tax – Gains on Sale of your Home Part 1

Generally, Canadians living in Canada are not subject to tax on gains from the sale of their principal residence. However, for a Canadian resident who is also a U.S. citizen or resident (including permanent resident or “green-card” holder and those meeting the “substantial presence” test), the same capital gain may be taxable on his or […]

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US Tax vs. Canadian Tax

December 3, 2012

There are many similarities between the U.S. and Canada, but there are some significant distinctions between U.S. and Canadian tax law especially for U.S. citizens resident in Canada, including permanent residents of the US (“green-card” holders). For the unwary those distinctions may result in substantial U.S. tax liabilities where those differences are not identified in […]

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