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(Toronto Star)   Canada is no longer a haven for tax evasion   ( divider line
    More: Obvious, United States, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty, advanced countries, Canada Revenue Agency, Community Code of Conduct, bank accounts, code of conducts, savings accounts  
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1033 clicks; posted to Business » on 06 Feb 2014 at 7:55 AM (3 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2014-02-06 09:40:04 AM  
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Lonestar: Taxes are like 40% in Canada, and a lot lower in the US. So whats up? Double citizenship is one of the problems.

Here's what Ive seen, and it may or not may be generalized. Some woman has a baby, she crosses in the US to deliver it, making him a US citizen. Then comes back to Canada, living the life of luxury which is free healthcare and that 40% tax rate. Kid grows up, can cross border because of dual citizenship, and also can VOTE. Yes, that kid, once hes 18 ( or 21?) becomes a leftwing voter, because Canada is a left wing country.

Its called anchorvotingobamababies folks. And its a real worry for Republicans. So what do they do? They tax the hell out of someone whos a US citizen and is living outside his country. No IRS tax report?

No vote.

So how much does your head sweat in that 10 gallon tin-foil hat you're wearing?
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