This doesn't make any sense to me. Grammar isn't correct and I don't know what it means. Does it mean if I earned more than $9750 in the US or does it mean $9750 in Canadian. I pay US income tax and I certainly make more than $9750 in the US. If I earned less than $9750 in my Canadian investments plus my work with the Can. Nat. team does that mean I don't have to pay tax in Canada?
Very confusing, so please be more explicit.
When will another individual (expert) be getting me an answer?
The individual supposedly helping me out doesn't know Canadian Tax Law but that is what this is supposed to be for! It is called Just Answer Canada Tax. Why would I be given to someone who doesn't know Canadian Tax Law?
I would like an answer to my question posted above please about whether or not I need to be paying tax on my Canadian earnings.
Thank you for getting back to me. For the calendar year of 2012 I was not an employee of Softball Canada but was hired by them do work as a guest coach. I earned around $2000 plus some travel expenses.
I have been working in the US for 15 years. I am still a Canadian citizen and still have some modest investments in Canada from which tax is automatically taken off any gains they make.
I want to know if I should be submitting a Tax return to Canada.
no I have not submitted any returns as the little bit of interest I gained on investments already had tax withheld.
I did get paid about $2000 from Softball Canada for some coaching I did last summer and was wondering if I would now need to submit a tax return
I finally got the answer I needed. I asked the question first on Feb. 22 and it took this long to get an answer. I rate the service as poor because of the amount of time it took.