U.S. source-of-interest rules, part one: how the U.S. does residence-based taxation (very badly, with lots of traps)
The firm which designed the CN Tower couldn’t get correct U.S. tax advice. What do you think your chances are on a ground-floor budget? (Photo: Local Hero/Wikimedia Commons)
On Twitter, Andrew Grossman mentioned Housden v. Commissioner, 63 T.C.M. 2063 (1992). Mr. Housden, a partner of
FULL ARTICLE http://isaacbrocksociety.ca/2017/05/22/u-s-source-of-interest-rules-part-one-how-the-u-s-does-residence-based-taxation-very-badly-with-lots-of-traps/
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