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Subject: working in Canada
 
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okaw916User is Offline
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08/23/2013 9:11 PM  
I will be going to Canada to work for my US based company. I am a US residnet. Does anyone here know of an accountant that is well versed in the tax laws that would pertain to this particular situation? Thanks
boatpixUser is Offline
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11/06/2013 12:41 AM  
Any CPA should be able to help you with this.
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11/06/2013 1:11 AM  
Been there, done that. As a US citizen you'll pay US taxes no matter where in the world you earn your money. You might have some exclusions that will make most or maybe even all tax free but it'll depend on a lot of things so get your self a CPA.

I agree that any competent CPA should be able to take care of that for you. If you're still inclined to research it you can start here : http://www.irs.gov/Individuals/International-Taxpayers/Foreign-Earned-Income-Exclusion

I learned as much as I could before I went CPA hunting and found out that like pilots and attorneys and doctors, not all CPAs are alike. When you go armed with information you can quickly see who knows and who's blowing smoke.

Carlos

Self discipline is when you do something that you know is right even though you don't want to do it. As a professional and safe pilot you have to maintain control over your desires & emotions. Have INTEGRITY and great WORK ETHIC and you'll succeed in life.
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11/27/2013 5:16 PM  

Turbo tax has served me well when working overseas.

 

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03/12/2014 8:53 PM  
I see this thread is old, but here ya go;
Been working overseas for the last several years and I second the Turbotax. It takes just a bit of time, but it's straightforward to fill out. This tax year I made a bit more salary than usual and saw an expat accountant where I live - just to proof check my returns, everything was in order. In fact he stated that they use a program similar to Turbotax when filling out client's returns. 'twas glad to hear that, 'cause I'll be back to the US eventually and don't want any troubles.
But you want to know all the info before you start working there, so as you can take advantage of tax savings, a good place to start is IRS Form 2555. Good luck.
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