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Schedule A - report world income for which part of the year?

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I am not sure I understand what you are referring to.

Schedule A Amount for Dependants and Amount Transferred by a Child Pursuing Studies.

 

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I think we should answer the question here as it might be relevant to other members.

I refer to Schedule A - Statement of World Income

 

In the software it asks for "Foreign source income earned during Canadian NR period".

 

As an example for better understanding:

Income Germany January - October = $15,000

Income Canada November - December = $3,000

 

Do I have to fill in the German income in schedule A if non-resident for tax purposes?

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I am just not sure what the question is.

 

If you were not a resident of Canada for the entire year...

 

If you are a non-resident of Canada, the program will not claim any personal exemptions.

If you have to pay the 48% surtax instead of tax to a provincial jurisdiction, the province of residence should be deemed resident.

 

Non-resident income from sources outside of Canada

Enter income you received form sources outside of Canada in the field corresponding to the applicable type of income.

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I am just not sure what the question is.

 

Non-resident income from sources outside of Canada

Enter income you received form sources outside of Canada in the field corresponding to the applicable type of income.

 

It is a case of a deemed non-resident (who is treated the same as a non-resident).

The question is the same as in my first post.

For which part of the year does the foreign income need to be reported?

- For the time while still in Germany?

- For the time while in Canada?

- For both times?

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As a non-resident of Canada, you pay tax on income you receive from sources in Canada. The type of tax you pay and the requirement to file an income tax return depend on the type of income you receive.

Generally, Canadian income received by a non-resident is subject to Part XIII tax or Part I tax.

Part XIII tax

Part XIII tax is deducted from the types of income listed below. To make sure the correct amount is deducted, it's important to tell Canadian payers:

  • that you're a non-resident of Canada for tax purposes; and
  • your country of residence.

The most common types of Canadian income subject to Part XIII tax are:

  • dividends;
  • rental and royalty payments;
  • pension payments;
  • old age security pension;
  • Canada Pension Plan and Quebec Pension Plan benefits;
  • retiring allowances;
  • registered retirement savings plan payments;
  • registered retirement income fund payments;
  • annuity payments;
  • management fees.

Read more: http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/tx/nnrsdnts/ndvdls/nnrs-eng.html

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