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OT: Cross border taxation


turar
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This is somewhat off-topic, but I wonder if anyone here would know.

 

I lived in the US for sometime, and then I moved to Canada. I still had some bank and brokerage accounts in the US as of 2010, and so they sent me 1099 forms -- for dividends, capital gains, and for interest.

 

Do I need to file this income with the IRS? I'm not a US citizen or permanent resident, and I was not a US resident for tax purposes in 2010. I will be paying taxes on that US income in Canada. I'm just a little a confused whether I even need to bother with filing 1040NR this year at all.

 

Thanks in advance!

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