Canada Revenue Agency – This is the official website of the Canada Revenue Agency. Here you’ll find information on tax reporting, due dates, forms and most everything else you’ll need for Canadian tax resources.
Internal Revenue Services – This is the official website of the Internal Revenue Service. Here you’ll find information on tax reporting, due dates, forms and most everything else you’ll need for US tax resources.
Canada-US Income Tax Treaty – Countries negotiate tax treaties with each other to ensure their residents do not pay tax twice on the same income to different countries. This is a link to the Canada-US tax treaty. This treaty deals with various sources of income including pension income, capital gains, employment income, business income, interest income and alike.
TaxTips.ca – One of the oldest and most complete Canadian tax resources online, TaxTips.ca is a great resource for anyone looking to brush up on Canadian tax topics or simply to do research.
Social Security Administration – Information on Social Security payments and and benefits calculation information including links to contact information.
Canadian immigration site – Canada’s official immigration site packed with guidance on current immigration programs and information.
US Taxes in Canada – A comprehensive guide to filing US taxes as an American in Canada. Including required forms and potential required calculations and disclosures.
Cross Border Tax Blogs
PhilHogan.com – Shameless plug here, however if you’re looking for information on cross-border tax and financial planning issues this site had a lot of articles on the topic.
Phil Hodgen blog – Phil’s tax blog is a great resource for all things cross border. If you’re doing research on a Canadian/US tax issue Phil’s blog has some great content on the subject.
Cross-Border Wealth Management Blog – The crew at Beacon Hill Wealth Management posts on various cross-border investment issues including client Q and As.
Expat Groups and Communities
Americans in Canada Facebook Group – With over 6,100 members this group aimed at Americans living in Canada or those thinking of moving to Canada is a great resources and full of highly engaged members.
If you’re a Canadian CPA don’t forget to check out our new Canadian CPA Careers Reddit community.
Substantial Presence Test Calculator – If you visit the US on a regular basis you may be considered a US tax resident. Complete our substantial presence calculator to assess whether you meet the test.
Canadian City Resources
MovingtoVictoria.com – For information about one of the greatest west coast cities ever please visit a practical guide to life in Victoria, BC, Canada for Canadians, internationals and newcomers.