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Changes to the principal residence exemption

by Dentons on

On October 3, 2016, the Minister of Finance of Canada announced changes to the federal Income Tax Act that will affect the availability of the principal residence exemption to non-residents and those who hold their principal...more

Damon Key Legal Alert (Spring/Summer 2012) - Legal newsletter with articles on Foreign Accounts and the 2012 Offshore Voluntary...

by Robert Thomas on

Legal newsletter with articles on Foreign Accounts and the 2012 Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Initiative, Bankruptcy law, the new I-9 Form in Immigration law, and an update on the law of Hawaii vacation rentals. ...more

Temporary Visa Did Not Bar Homestead Status [Florida]

by Charles (Chuck) Rubin on

Favio came to the U.S. in 2005 after a kidnapping attempt against his son in Venezuela. He rented an apartment, and lived there with his son (a U.S. citizen), and his wife. He then purchased an apartment in 2006 and lived...more

Estate Tax for Mexican Nationals Buying U.S. Homes

by Michael Jensen on

Article is brief summation of problem that many new Mexican homebuyers have but little or few understand: the estate tax exemption is $5 Million for citizens, but only $60,000 for non-resident aliens. Consequently, many...more

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