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Jillion Jul 29th 2002 3:20 am

tax return
 
i've been on H1B for the past 4 yrs. i plan to quit my job and move to canada in
Oct/Nov. the Q is that do i still need to file state and federal tax return for yr
2002? and since i'm not a resident, can i get the social security/medicare tax back?

Joachim Feise Jul 29th 2002 6:20 am

Re: tax return
 
jillion wrote:
    > i've been on H1B for the past 4 yrs. i plan to quit my job and move to canada in
    > Oct/Nov. the Q is that do i still need to file state and federal tax return for
    > yr 2002?

Yes.

and since i'm not a resident, can i get the social
    > security/medicare tax back?

No.

Stuart Brook Jul 29th 2002 3:20 pm

Re: tax return
 
jillion wrote:
    >
    > i've been on H1B for the past 4 yrs. i plan to quit my job and move to canada in
    > Oct/Nov. the Q is that do i still need to file state and federal tax return for
    > yr 2002? and since i'm not a resident, can i get the social security/medicare
    > tax back?

Yes, you need to file a return for 2002, and no, you don't get Soc Sec or Medicare
taxes back. Assuming you are a Canadian, this will entitle you to both a US and
Canadian gov't pension under the "Totalization Agreement".


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