Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Marie-France Dompierre of Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP discusses how Canada taxes professional athletes who aren’t Canadian residents. This transcript has been edited for length and clarity. David D. Stewart : Welcome to the podcast. I’m David Stewart, editor in chief of Tax Notes Today International . This week: athlete taxes, eh? With the Stanley Cup Finals underway, we’re taking a look at athlete taxes, specifically those applied in Canada. And to help us learn more about this, we’re joined by our resident Canadian-American chief correspondent, Stephanie Soong Johnston. Stephanie, welcome back to the podcast. Stephanie Soong Johnston : Hey, thanks for having me back, eh? David D. Stewart : So you recently spoke to someone about athlete taxes. Could you tell us about your guests and what sort of issues you got into? Stephanie Soong Johnston : So I spoke with Marie-France Dompierre. She is a partner in the tax practice of Davies Ward Phillips and Veinberg LLP in Montreal or Montréal, as we say in Canada. She wrote an article for us published in April called, “An ‘Expensive’ Trade? Taxation of Nonresident Professional Athletes Playing in Canada.” It was an interesting… Read full this story
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