A resident of Canada carrying on business in another country needs to consider cross-border tax. This will require you to look at the rules in Canada and the U.S. to see if there are any tax obligations and then to analyze the relevant treaty to see if it allows you to pay tax in only one country. Manning Elliot can help you avoid paying tax twice.
Corporations with employees that either visit or live in the U.S. or internationally, typically have tax authorities from different sides of borders vying to tax the same amount of money from the business. Manning Elliott helps to determine which country has the right to collect the tax for cross-border transactions.