I was wondering if anyone could share a bit of their experience with (Canadian) taxation while living in Chile. How does it work? We're currently evaluating an offer in Santiago but realized that we might need to pay taxes to Canada while being there. Any hints? tips? advice? I noticed that the income tax % in Chile is way lower than in Canada and wondered if the other deductions (pensión and others) could also be part of the taxable income to report to CRA when filing your taxes. Your help is much appreciated!
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