The amount of income that can be taxed by Canada depends on a person’s status as a tax resident. It depends on the individual’s specific situations as to whether they qualify as a private citizen for tax residence in Canada. Each detail matters. This article first discusses the fundamentals of Canadian tax residence before looking at the significance of strong residential links for determining the residence status of immigrants and emigrants in tax proceedings.
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