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TheBandit3
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Post by TheBandit3 » Mon Jul 18, 2011 8:43 pm

I am not a Permanent Resident yet, however I own property in B.C. And anticipate living there permanently at some point. If I have earned income in the U.S. or Corporate profits, is there some kind of retirement fund or investment that I can make in Canada that would not require me to pay income tax in the US for 2011? If so, I presume I would just pay the US when I took the funds back out after retirement? Is there some kind of loop hole here? The retirement funds would most likely be used in Canada. Thanks 8)

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Post by nelsona » Mon Jul 18, 2011 9:26 pm

Please ask in the tax and accounting forum.
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