Income tax in Canada vs US

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AnnaDuekJunior Member
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Income tax in Canada vs US

Post Thu Jun 23, 2016 10:32 am

No I dont own property, yes I have credit cards and a bank account. I guessd im guilty on not knowing the law. I assumed that by living outside the country i wouldnt have to pay taxes in Canada, My teaching salary on paper is peanuts in Canada. Everyone I know just taught here, went home and had no problems, and im sure they didnt file income tax back home.
MashnelstNew Member
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Income tax in Canada vs US

Post Thu Jun 23, 2016 9:00 pm

I was using religon as an example of a group that expands its userbase with the aid of an income tax on its members, they also have local meeting places and network with each other to help each other economically.
MashnelstNew Member
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Income tax in Canada vs US

Post Thu Jun 23, 2016 10:48 pm

I was using religon as an example of a group that expands its userbase with the aid of an income tax on its members, they also have local meeting places and network with each other to help each other economically.
Dellorik1992New Member
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Income tax in Canada vs US

Post Tue Aug 16, 2016 3:16 am

since that money is yours anyway, and not a refund......its like a savings account with no interest. Me......Im going to take that 169 minus my income tax preparation fee of 165.......think Ill splurge and get something at Dollar General.

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