On episode #18 of Crossing the 49th Podcast we hosted a live Cross-Border Tax and Investment Q&A.
On another instalment of cross-border Q&A we discuss various cross-border tax and investment related issues.
- 0:00 We’re live!
- 2:05 I inherited a bunch of stocks from my father last year and I will be selling them in 2022. Do I need to pay tax on the stocks even though he already has? From Ken
- 5:02 Reading through your blog I just realized I should have filed those T1135 forms. I see they have a huge penalty. Is there a one-time penalty abatement? Emily
- 9:10 Every year the CRA audits my foreign tax credits on my Canadian return. Is there a way to avoid this every year by filing manually? Jagat
- 12:11 I live in Seattle and we just bought a Victoria condo rental. It will be losing money each month, do we need to file anything in Canada? Susan
- 19:57 Do you know of any software that does both Canadian and US returns at the same time? Greg
- 22:50 My husband and I (both dual citizens living in Vancouver) are thinking of selling our main home. Will we have to pay US tax? Charlotte
- 31:50 My accountant is not getting back to me and still hasn’t filed my US tax return. What penalties should I expect? Mohammad
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