Tax Implications for Canadians Selling U.S. Property in Canada

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Are you a Canadian planning to sell your property in the United States? This video will review the various cross border tax implications for selling U.S. property and discuss how your taxes can be reduced.

0:27 – 1. 15% Withholding Tax
2:10 – 2. File a Non-Resident U.S. Tax Return
2:33 – 3. Long Term Capital Gain
3:35 – 4. Canadian Income Tax on the Sale of U.S. Property

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HughJass99 says:

isn't the withholding tax now 10%?

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