Help with Income Tax return

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zxionNew Member
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Help with Income Tax return

Post Thu May 28, 2009 6:58 pm

Good day to all,

Currently I am working in South Korea and I have been working here for the last 6 years.
My wife and 2 children recently moved back to Canada. I have stayed here to work.
The question I have is what is my residents status? and what tax form do I need to fill out for my kids to get 'Child Tax Benefit'.
I don't have any property in Canada not even a bank account.
My wife doesn't work (not in Canada anyways) and my kids are grade 1 and 5.
Any help would be greatly appreciated since I have no clue.

Thank you for your help and advice in advance.
karelsJunior Member
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Re: Help with Income Tax return

Post Sun Jun 20, 2010 10:00 pm

in Yahoo Answers, there are discussions about this ITR matters in Korea
klynchCanuckAbroad Regular
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Re: Help with Income Tax return

Post Sun Jun 27, 2010 6:40 am

I am a Canadian CGA and UK chartered tax adviser. I specialise in advising UK, Canadian and UK Expats on their tax affairs. I can prepare US UK and Canadian tax returns. For further information please contact [email protected]. www.lynch.pro

Kieran Lynch
jake74New Member
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Re: Help with Income Tax return

Post Sat Sep 18, 2010 6:01 am

Hi, as I understand most Westerners may have an exception from income tax while teaching in Korea, or pay only 4-5 % and may get a return, depending on which country you are from and that country's relationship with Korea. You may call the English immigration line at 1345 by land line, and press 3 and * for English and 0 * for an operator. They may be your best bet. You can also view sites online for help. I came across domscafe.com, the other day and had great info on teaching in Korea. It is a new ESL site for foreign teachers. Other sites may include the Pusanweb as well. Great resources for info such as income tax.
Hope this helps.
Jake

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