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  1. What do you do with your Registered Retirement Savings Plan or RRSP when moving to the US?
    By John McCord, Cardinal Point Wealth Management
    Canadians who are moving permanently or for an extended period of time while on a work sponsored visa must answer the above question. There are some fundamental decisions that must be made concerning any tax-deferred accounts (registered) that are being left Canada. Some examples of Canadian registered accounts include RRSPs, LIRAs, RCAs, RRIFs and IPPs. . . . keep reading

  2. Cross Border Taxes: How A Canadian Resident Reports a K-1 in the USA
    Courtesy of Gedeon Law
    We recently received a call from a client in Canada who invested in a California LLC and was issued a K-1 from the LLC. Our client is a Canadian resident and citizen only, is not a green card holder or in any way qualifies as a US taxpayer. . . . keep reading

  3. Pacifica Partners TV interview on BNN
    Courtesy of Pacifica Partners
    Pacifica Partners' President and Chief Investment Officer, AJ Sull, was interviewed today on Business News Network. Topics of discussion included our current asset allocation and stocks into which we would possibly deploy our cash reserves. . . . keep reading

  4. 35th Anniversary! Darryl Sittler's Record 10 point Hockey Game
    Sean Mitton, Canadian Expat Network
    February 7th marks the 35th Anniversary of an NHL record that may never be broken- Darryl Sittler's 10 points in one game. I recently had a chance to talk to Sittler about that special night . . . keep reading

  5. Cross-Border Financial Advisors are in Demand
    By John McCord, Cardinal Point Wealth Management
    Canadian and American citizens cross the 49th parallel for many personal and professional reasons. Additionally, temporary and permanent cross-border movements enhance the complexity of investment management and financial planning. The primary cause for this situation is that taxable and retirement assets are accumulated on both sides of the border. . . . keep reading

  6. US Tax on Inherited Canadian Property
    Courtesy of Marc Gedeon
    Question: I am a US resident and my parents back in Canada left some property for me in Canada when they died in early 2012. I sold the property in 2012. What are the tax consequences of inheriting and selling this Canadian property? . . . keep reading

  7. Eighteenth Annual Canadian Universities Alumni Reception in New York
    By Shani R. Friedman & Sean Mitton
    On September 23rd, more than 450 graduates of Canadian universities gathered in midtown Manhattan at the Roosevelt Hotel for the 18th Annual Canadian University Alumni Reception. . . . keep reading

  8. Bill Vigars shares stories from the Marathon of Hope
    By Sean Mitton, Canadian Expat Network
    Bill Vigars played an important role in Terry Fox's Marathon of Hope. In 1980, Vigars was the Director of Public Relations and Fundraising for the Canadian Cancer Society's Ontario Division, who acted as Terry Fox's public relations organizer, his close friend and confidante . . . keep reading

  9. How Canadians Save Taxes While Working in the U.S.
    Courtesy of Marc Gedeon
    At Gedeon Law & CPA, we regularly work with clients from Canada who come to work in the U.S. on a temporary basis. By temporary, we mean a work assignment generally lasting 2 years or less. . . . keep reading

  10. Darryl Sittler, a Hero's Hero
    Sean Mitton, Canadian Expat Network
    Terry Fox is a hero to people all over the world for his Marathon of Hope efforts, but you may not be aware of who Terry's heroes were. Like many Canadian boys who grew up hockey fans in the 70's, Terry looked up to Darryl Sittler and Bobby Orr, both Canadian Hockey icons and Hockey Hall of Famers . . . keep reading

  11. Judith Fox-Alder: Interview includes Terry Fox Pictures
    Sean Mitton, Canadian Expat Network
    Judith Fox-Alder, International Director of the Terry Fox Foundation and Terry's sister share her thoughts on Terry. . . . keep reading

  12. Hockey Announcer John Forslund 'Just living the Dream'
    Sean Mitton, Canadian Expat Network
    As a small boy growing up in Springfield, Mass., John Forslund had a dream to become an announcer in the NHL. Like many kids with hockey dreams, Forslund cheered for his hometown team, the Boston Bruins, and idolized the legendary Bobby Orr. . . . keep reading

  13. Tax Tip: Sale of Canadian Home by an American
    Courtesy of Marc Gedeon
    We recently received a call from a U.S. citizen married to a Canadian citizen. The couple lives in Canada and owns a home in Toronto together. Recently, the couple sold their Canadian home, which has been their primary residence for the last 11 years. . . . keep reading

  14. Why Is It Important To Create A Cash Flow and Net Worth Statement?
    By John McCord, Cardinal Point Wealth Management
    An often over looked component of personal financial planning includes the creation of a cash flow and net worth statement. It is highly recommended that these two related documents become an integral part of the financial planning process. An insightful financial advisor can utilize details found in both to qualify and quantify their client's financial affairs. . . . keep reading

  15. Life After the Game: Curling Olympic Medalist Carolyn McRorie
    By Sean Mitton, Canadian Expat Network
    Imagine stopping to pick up a Starbuck's coffee and everyone in the shop begins passionately singing 'O Canada'. . . . keep reading

  16. Are Your 401(K) Contributions Deductible in Canada?
    Courtesy of Gedeon Law & CPA
    You might recognize this situation. You are a Canadian resident working in the USA on a TN visa. Your employer offers a 401(K) plan that includes a matching contribution. You know contributing to the 401(K) plan lowers your taxable income in the USA. Does the same hold true for your taxable income in Canada? . . . keep reading

  17. Tax Tip: Moving to the US? Don't Use Your Parent's Mailing Address
    Couretsy of Marc Gedeon
    Gordie is a Canadian who leaves Canada and takes up residence in the United States. Like many Canadians, Gordie decides to leave his investments behind in Canada and changes the address with his financial institutions to his parents' Canadian address. Gordie's investments make money and the income is reported to CRA. . . . keep reading

  18. CEN Survey: Canadian Dollar
    Tough year for Snowbirds. . . . keep reading

  19. Cape Breton's US Recruiting Campaign
    This campaign received over 50K clicks in the first few days. . . . keep reading

  20. Featured Event: The Great Canadian Picnic
    Coming up February 6th. . . . keep reading

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