Hello again claudie,
You will have to file a tax return
with the US and report the income
that you earned while you were here. The type of return you will file will depend on how long your stay is in the US.
If you stay in the US for more than 183 days in a 3 year period of time, then you are considered to be a resident alien
for tax purposes, and you are subject to all of the same tax requirements as US citizens.
If your stay in the US is less than 183 days, then you will still file a return with the IRS
, but will file as a non-resident.
The US does have a tax treaty with Canada to prevent double taxation
of the same income, so you will be given a credit
on your Canadian tax return for any tax that you end up paying here in the US.
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