I am 62 and have until I closed then been a facility manager of two major plants here in canada. My wife is remaining here in canada while i go to England to find work how will this effect our tax and pensions. do i have to pay double tax?
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Thank you for your question.Canada and the UK have a tax treaty that prevents double taxation.So what will happen is that if you work in the UK you will be taxed there.Then you will file a Tax Return in Canada. And in that return you will also declare this income. But, you will also get a foreign tax credit for any tax paid in the UK.So, you will not be double taxed ever.Let me know if you need further clarification.