First, more often than not, it is not clear if a taxpayer is a resident or a non-resident for income tax purposes. And then, we must also keep in mind that non-residents are taxed very differently than residents. For example, a non-resident is subject to withholding tax when making RRSP withdrawals. In this example, the taxpayer might want to employ residency planning techniques so that he or she can be considered a resident if the taxpayer wants to avoid non-resident withholding tax. Let us help you to avoid costly and stressful mistakes. We have in-depth knowledge in non-resident taxation.