8 posts tagged with canada by Nelsormensch.
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What should I know about doing my incorporated business taxes in Canada?

I started what is effectively a software consulting business this year. It's incorporated and I'm the only employee/owner/president/whatever. I'm filing the company's taxes for the first time now and my filing should be pretty simple. [more inside]
posted by Nelsormensch on Jan 2, 2014 - 5 answers

International package mailed without tracking never arrived. Options?

I live in Canada, my sister's in the US. She mailed me a package over two months ago via USPS First Class and it never showed up. USPS isn't being helpful and says they can't investigate, Canada Post says there's nothing they can do. We have a Customs Declaration Number that shows it (supposedly) left Las Angeles on April 9th, but that's it. Are we hosed? [more inside]
posted by Nelsormensch on Jun 5, 2013 - 13 answers

How can a debt free mid-20s couple be smart about their money?

My wife and I are mid-20s, debt free and aren't sure what to do with our savings (we do not want to purchase real estate yet). How can we find out more about being smart with our money? [more inside]
posted by Nelsormensch on Nov 17, 2010 - 15 answers

Off to the Tropical Island of Newfoundland!

Planning a trip to Atlantic Canada in June. What should we get around and what should do once we're there? [more inside]
posted by Nelsormensch on Mar 10, 2008 - 15 answers

1-800-CONTACTS Comes North?

What's the best site to order contact lenses from in Canada? [more inside]
posted by Nelsormensch on Feb 21, 2008 - 5 answers

Better late than never?

US citizen living in Canada, didn't file a US return in 2006 for my meager graduate student stipend. Should I file a late 2006 US return now, even though I know I don't owe anything? [more inside]
posted by Nelsormensch on Jan 31, 2008 - 6 answers


Help me find the best deal on a 37" HDTV in Vancouver, Canada. [more inside]
posted by Nelsormensch on Jan 2, 2008 - 8 answers

What's the easiest way to repay US Stafford student loans having moved to Canada permanently?

I'm an American living in BC with about $20K in consolidated Stafford loans. I moved up here two years ago for graduate school at UBC. I've since graduated, secured gainful employment and have applied for permanent residency. My student loan repayment begins soon and I'm trying to figure out the easiest way to do the actual paying. I heard that the Dept of Ed will give you an interest rate reduction if you setup direct withdrawal from a bank account. Is this possible with a Canadian bank? If not, is there another way to setup automatic payments? Any other hidden gremlins of loan repayment from abroad, both physically and financially? [more inside]
posted by Nelsormensch on Nov 7, 2007 - 11 answers

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