There are 3 methods of remitting non-resident withhold tax to the CRA: Electronically: Online at My payment Using your financial institution’s phone or online banking At your financial institution: You will need to provide the completed non-resident tax remittance voucher with your payment. Mail cheque and the completed non-resident tax remittance voucher to the CRA … Continue reading What are the methods of remitting non-resident withholding tax to the CRA?
The answer is you may not be required to. If your home country has a tax treaty with Canada and you continue to maintain a permanent home in your home country, you will still be able to file Canadian tax return as a non-resident.
If you are eligible to receive the Canada child tax benefit (CCTB) you will continue to receive it during your absence from Canada. To be eligible for CCTB you must meet the following criteria: You must live with the child and the child must be under 18 years of age; You must be primarily responsible … Continue reading Am I eligible to receive CCTB abroad?
The NR75 form is a non-resident remitter tax registration form. It is required to be completed by the person/corporation remitting non-resident taxes. Upon completion, the form must be sent to the International Tax Services Office.
No, a tenant who is renting the property (i.e. the payer) cannot act as the agent. A professional rental agent (e.g. property manager) or a family member/friend can be chosen to perform the responsibilities of the agent as long as the individual is a Canadian resident.
In order to claim the Overseas Employment Tax Credit, individuals are required to be a Canadian resident or deemed resident at any time in the year AND earn employment income from performing at least 90% of the work outside of Canada for more than six consecutive months with a specified employer. As well, the employment … Continue reading Who can claim the Overseas Employment Tax Credit?