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I am a US Corporation doing business in Canada. It is a consulting business and I am paid by the Canadian company for the three employees I have there. They have held out 15% of each invoice they have paid. What can I do to try to recover some of those taxes for the 2012 year?
 
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You have to file a canadian tax return. If your folks were in Canada less than 183 days you can attach an exemption form to the return saying you are exempt from Canadian tax.
 

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Thank you for the reply. What is the tax return called I need to file and is it the same as the one I would ask for an exemption?
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Tax return is called T2 and exemption form is called Schedule 91
 

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