Mucha Man wrote:If you own property in Canada, Revenue Canada will consider you a resident. And they get to make the final determination, not you, even if you have declared non-residency. So you're out of luck. That said, there are agreements so you aren't double taxed.
tryingmybest wrote:My accountant friends says you should save all your income receipts, plus a note of what the conversion rate was that day. Then do your taxes when you return to Canada. They can't really reach you while you are away, but when you return you will have to file tax forms. Then that information will be very useful.
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