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Canada Provides Administrative Relief for Non-Resident Employees

26th August 2016

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MGI North America member McLean Bartok Edwards produces white paper on the amendments to the Canadian rules for non-resident employees.

The 2015 Canadian Federal Budget introduced administrative relief for certain non-resident employees working in Canada. Qualifying Employers can complete form RC473 to be certified to participate in the new program. Qualifying employees can then work in Canada for a short time without having to file a request for a waiver from Canadian payroll withholdings.

The amendments received royal assent on June 22, 2016 and will be effective for payments made after 2015 or as of the dates applied for.

MGI Worldwide members are welcome to contact Caulinda Bartok from member firm McLean Bartok Edwards for more information on caulinda@mcleanbartok.ca

READ THE FULL SUMMARY (WHITE PAPER PDF) HERE

McLean Bartok Edwards is a member of MGI North America located in Vancouver, Canada. The firm provides accounting and tax services to partnerships, estates, individuals, incorporated and unincorporated businesses and has experience in a wide range of business sectors. For more information go to www.mcleanbartok.ca

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