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Get a strong working knowledge of section 85 and the technical, legal and tax implications it has for corporations.
Section 85 of the Income Tax Act permits tax-free transfer of property to a corporation, as long as specific rules are followed.
This online course provides you with working knowledge of tax issues and solutions from both the technical and conceptual perspectives of Section 85 rollovers, with an emphasis on the common tax situations and circumstances facing Canadian small business corporations and resident individuals.
This course is based on the Income Tax Act effective as of April 21, 2016, and incorporates pending legislation announced up to and including that date. Any relevant proposals and pending legislation have been incorporated into these materials as if they had been passed into law. Should any of that pending legislation not be implemented there would be no material effect on the course.
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§85(1): The basic range
Cost of the consideration received
Transfers of loss properties
Meaning of control
Eligible capital property (ECP)
Special rule overriding conflicts between deemed agreed amounts
Depreciable property of a prescribed class
Additional §85(1) matters
Fair market value
Consideration of less than equal value
Consideration exceeds equal value
PUC reductions (tax PUC)
§84.1: PUC reductions, deemed dividends, and “modified ACB”
§85.1 Inter-corporate share exchange
§51 Convertible Property
§86(1) Intra-corporate share exchange
Fair market value (FMV) FMV: Price-adjustment clauses
Incorporation to access §110.6
Capital gain stripping
List of abbreviations
Member Development and Support
September 18, 2017
Jointly presented by CPA Canada and CPA Ontario, The ONE is the must-attend, multi-track event of the year, designed for all CPAs who want to be at the top of their game.
Learn about CPA Canada’s board of directors and the upcoming Annual General Meeting to be held in Quebec City on September 27, 2017.
September 7, 2017
The new U.S. reporting standard – subject to approval by the U.S. SEC – contains significant differences from Canadian auditor reporting standards. The AASB is looking at these differences to decide on next steps