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My husband received a NR4 for the "gross income" from his RRIF

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My husband received a NR4 for the "gross income" from his RRIF and the non-resident tax withheld. Will this tax be refundable to us from Canada or applied as US taxes paid on our 2011 return. Do we have to file a separate Canada return?
Thanks for asking your question! I'm sorry to hear about your tax issue and I'm going to try my best to help you understand or resolve it.

Sorry about all the confusion that you're going through. Unfortunately, if tax was withheld by Canada there's no way for that money to be applied to your American tax account. You'll need to file a return in Canada to get that money back.

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