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    Avatar of William

    When considering starting a new corporation in Canada how is the labor force availability in a technical field? Are good people who are good writing code and designing website easily available to be hired? Do the same people used to working more than one shift?Thank you for your reply.

    Avatar of Robert

    This brings up an interesting question. Programers can write code anywhere they have an internet connection. If my company is located in the US, or Canada, how can I account to the IRS for workers who are writing code in say India for my company located in North America?

    Avatar of Aaron

    @flyboybob: Hiring programmers that will not have any physical presence within your country of operation are not considered “true” employees.  As such, the typical employee payroll deductions would not be necessary in this instance.  Rather, you would hire the individual/s on a contract basis, and this contract would be accounted for as an expense when filing taxes.   

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