• Daniel Gray CPA US Tax Services Toronto Canada

Read the Stories of Regular Average Canadian Citizens who were Targeted by IRS

The U.S. Justice Department is suing a Canadian resident for the equivalent of $1.1 million Cdn, for failure to file FBAR. He did file his income tax returns with IRS. He prepared his own U.S. tax returns (omitting the FBARs), something he now regrets.“Don’t file your own taxes,” he says. “Make sure if you’re living in Canada, that you’re hiring a professional. If you don’t cross all your Ts and dot all your Is, they will find some way to mess you.”


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