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Hi guys,
I've recently shifted to Canada. I'm appointed by a company based in India and positioned at Canada.
How my tax structure should be?
Should i get paid salary without deducting any tax in India or should i get part tax deducted and part to pay in canada?
Should PF and PT should be deducted from my salary?
I'll be very grateful, if anyone can guide me.
regards,

From India, Mumbai
Rakesjkp: Did you get this answered by a C.A? Unsure about current tax structure but if you domiciled in Canada now, no PF, PT or ESIC applies. If salary is both in India and Canada, taxation treaty applies. If work is in Canada, Canadian law applies on deductions and social security.
From India, Mumbai
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