Pandemic creates cross-border employment and tax riddle
Help this U.S.-based couple who moved to Canada to care for an elderly parent.
When Roger Ly’s* 83-year-old mother had hip surgery in March 2020, he flew to Montreal from his home in New York to help her recover. The visit was supposed to be temporary. But with the Covid-19 pandemic soon raging in New York, Roger, 48, extended his stay and started working remotely for his Manhattan-based tech company. A year and a half later, he’s still in Montreal. His employer now allows him to work remotely full-time. Roger, a Canadian citizen, is trying to decide whether to make the move permanent.
Article Written By: Suzanne Yar Khan
Original Article Posted on: October 4, 2021