Can a Canadian filing a tax return because of a capital gain claim the Federal standard deduction of $24,000.
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Can a Canadian filing a tax return because of a capital gain claim the Federal standard deduction of $24,000.

 
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Can a Canadian filing a tax return because of a capital gain claim the Federal standard deduction of $24,000.

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Can a Canadian filing a tax return because of a capital gain claim the Federal standard deduction of $24,000.

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Can a Canadian filing a tax return because of a capital gain claim the Federal standard deduction of $24,000.

You will need to use our partner site Sprintax.com to file a 1040NR.  TurboTax does not handle the nonresident forms or support them. Sprintax.com will be able to answer that question for you. 

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