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  1. pie_vancouver

    Should i file tax, if i only did soft landing

    No, you don’t have to file your HK income earned before you came back. You may or may not file your ITR for 2018 depending of high the worldwide income from the day you came back to Dec 2018.
  2. pie_vancouver

    Should i file tax, if i only did soft landing

    No, if you come back this month and you work, you may or may not file your ITR depending of how high the income is for Sept 2018 to Dec 2018.
  3. pie_vancouver

    Landlord forcing me to buy tenant insurance

    When you fill out a quote for ex. Square One Insurance, the personal liability (ex. $1,000,000) shows: Personal and Premises Liability Protects against amounts you are legally responsible to pay because you unintentionally injure someone or damage their property. It also protects against...
  4. pie_vancouver

    Child Tax Benefit Arrears.

    That's why you have to call CRA if you are leaving the country for a long period of time, I guess it's hard to do for some people or they intend to get free money while not residing in Canada. And I doubt you can re-enter Canada with your long period of absence in Canada.
  5. pie_vancouver

    Missed Oath Ceremony - Montreal Applicant

    Wow their system glitch affected a lot of people and they did not notice that? What a shame.
  6. pie_vancouver

    delayed tax return - over a year

    Just keep calling them.
  7. pie_vancouver

    Income taxes

    Submit this: https://www.canada.ca/content/dam/cra-arc/formspubs/pbg/rc66sch/rc66sch-17e.pdf
  8. pie_vancouver

    Average turnaround time for BC MSP applications?

    Call 604 683-7151
  9. pie_vancouver

    Gifted Foreign Property Taxes

    https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/tax/international-non-residents/information-been-moved/foreign-reporting/questions-answers-about-form-t1135.html #38
  10. pie_vancouver

    valid visa in expired passport

    Just bring the 2 passports, or call the airlines to be sure. When I travelled to the US, my US visa was in the old passport, I just gave the border officer both passports, it was fine, land travel though.
  11. pie_vancouver

    Taxation on foreign property and income- confusion

    Tokibaee, are you sure you researched and planned your migration to Canada? You started so many threads here.
  12. pie_vancouver

    Should i file tax, if i only did soft landing

    Not required to file, don't bother filing.
  13. pie_vancouver

    rc66sch & Year of becoming resident of Canada

    Call CRA when you come back in Canada, call at 8AM EST so it's not busy.
  14. pie_vancouver

    Working Holiday Visa - Tax income

    Yeah the non-refundable tax credits matter.
  15. pie_vancouver

    Working Holiday Visa - Tax income

    If you don't owe anything, then you are not required to file.
  16. pie_vancouver

    Do i need to file my tax in Canada ?

    Maybe he is confused if he is going to report worldwide income (if resident) in Canadian ITR or just the rental income (non-resident). It is not easy to advise, we don't know how much is the income, you might not owe income tax, if so, you are not required to file. To be clear, go to a tax...
  17. pie_vancouver

    Working Holiday Visa - Tax income

    In college, there is a subject/course about taxation. Or just read online the tax guide in CRA website or Canada.ca I am not a tax expert, I was a tax volunteer with CRA for 3 years, very simple cases, low-income earners only.