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This webinar covers the taxation of capital gains earned by individuals, corporations, partnerships, and trusts. Saving tax with the capital gains exemption is also discussed. There are lots of examples to help explain these essential tax topics.

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This webinar covers the taxation of capital gains. Saving income tax with the capital gains reserve, TFSAs and RRSPs are also covered. Saving tax with the principal residence exemption, and the capital gains exemption is also discussed. Planning to ensure your clients’ shares are qualified small business corporation (QSBC) shares and important definitions such as capital property, disposition, adventure or concern in the nature of trade, personal use property, and others are included. The taxation of foreign currency transactions, non-monetary transactions, gifts, and dispositions by non-residents of Canada are covered. The tax on split income (TOSI) and the taxation of capital gains earned by CCPCs, partnerships, and trusts, as well as integration, is also included.

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1.5 hours on-demand video
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Section 1. Capital Gains Taxation and the Capital Gains Exemption 2022-Part1
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Capital Gains Taxation and the Capital Gains Exemption 2022
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Jason was a tax manager at a Big-4 CPA firm. He marked the professional accounting exam (the UFE) and taught tax week at Summer School for CPA Ontario. Jason is the author of CFE Tax- A Guide to Understanding the Basics of Canadian Income Taxation. Jason lectures at York University.