Non-Resident Filings/ International Investors

Familiarize yourself with International Treaties and relevant Canadian laws

Canadian Regulations

If you are looking to engage in commercial activity in Canada, there are various regulations that will pertain to your operations. We can assist in determining either yours or your company’s residency status and current tax obligations to the Canada Revenue Agency.

Corporations

We assist the client with the following

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Non-resident corporate filing

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Treaty based exemptions and tax waivers (NR 303)

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GST/HST registration for non-resident corporations

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Payroll setup for non-resident corporations

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Setting up Candaian subsidiaries for non-resident parent corporations

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Assist with payment to non-resident employees, contractors and shareholders (Withholding Taxes)

Corporations looking to establish a presence in Canada may face various compliance obligations depending on the nature of their
operations. A non-resident corporation can have a presence in a form of:

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Registering non-resident payroll account

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Registering a Canadian Subsidiary

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Registering a Goods & Services Tax account

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Registering an Import and Export account

Individual Non-residents

We assist the client with the following

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Clearance certificate for disposition of real estate property in Canada

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25% withholding of Non-Resident Rent Collectors-Sec 216 (NR4 and NR6 filing)

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Employment and Contractor income (Processing T4 & T4A-NR)

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Treaty based exemptions (Regulation 102 and Regulation 105)

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Tax waivers based on treaty agreements

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Investment income reporting

Non-residents of Canada who have earned income in Canada, or disposed of a taxable Canadian property, should file the appropriate
submission to the Canada Revenue Agency in order to be compliant with Canada’s Income Tax Act.  A non-resident individual may have to file a Canadian return if:

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File a none resident income tax return

nullEarned Rental income in Canada

Remit monthly withholding tax and file a Section 216 return

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File a non-resident return and claim taxes through treaty exemptions

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Obtain a clearance certificate to release funds and non- resident return

Next Steps

Outline clear goals and objectives for your presence in Canada

Contact us to schedule a 15-min consultation

We will provide a list of options with associated costs

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