We do great 1040 and T1 tax returns for Americans in Canada, that's it.

Before we are started our online service, we asked over 1000 Americans living abroad what they wanted from an online tax service.

ok, it’s not fun

They said our online service had to be great value, fun and easy. Well, we think we’ve done a top job on the price and we’ve made it super-easy. We didn’t make it fun, sorry.

expat specialists

Our CPAs and EAs that are managing your tax return must be experienced in US and Canadian tax returns with many years experience from an international perspective, not just local taxes, the differences are significant.

upfront prices

Fair prices that are clearly displayed, no extras piled on top, you only pay the first price and that’s it. If you’re not satisfied with the service, we’ll give you a refund, 100% of it.

maximum security

You're concerned about uploading your private documents over the internet? We are too! We only use Tresorit, where 1000 hackers were paid to hack in and they all failed.


taxable income

It isn't just your salary, it's all income including bonuses, housing allowance or the value of a property your given to live in and also airfares back the US plus more...

foreign bank accounts & FATCA

Foreign bank accounts that peak over $10,000 in a given tax year have to be reported too. The amount isn't taxed, but it must be reported. A Statement of Foreign Assets (8938) also needs to be filed when you own foreign assets over a certain value.

Claim I.R.S. Child Tax Credits

Additional Child Tax Credits are refundable; if you have children under 17 years old and you're paying tax in Canada or the United States you need to aware of Additional Child Tax Credits. You could be eligible for up to $1,000 per child, per year.

foreign tax credits

The tax treaty the United States hold with Canada is designed to protect US citizens from paying double tax, certainly to a large extent anyway. With low to medium incomes, the tax rate is roughly the same between Canada and the States whereas high-income earners will typically pay more tax in Canada.

7,247 expat tax returns filed and counting...

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Giving up Canadian tax residency

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Get the maximum IRS expat tax exclusions

Many expats we help simply don't realize the amount of deductions they can claim. ...


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US and Canadian Tax Preparation Online
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Simple 1040 and T1 Tax Preparation
Date published: 07/20/2016