Taxation of Partnerships 101 – Recording Available February 17, 2021

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While partnerships are not subject to tax there are tax implications associated with partnerships and their partners.  With recent amendments to the Income Tax Act we have seen the elimination of tax deferrals that were common with partnerships; and with the introduction of the specified partnership income rules the ability to access multiple small business deductions has been reduced.  Even with these changes, partnerships continue to be an attractive vehicle for carrying on business.   

Join our expert team from Mowbrey Gil LLP for a broad overview of the taxation of partnerships. 

The webinar will review the types of partnerships, computation of the adjusted cost base of units held, at-risk amounts, and common transaction considerations related to partnerships.  The presenters will also discuss issues and planning points related to the partnership agreement that should be considered. 

More specifically, topics covered will include:

  • What is a Partnership
  • Types of Partnerships
  • Computation of adjusted cost base of partnership units
  • The at-risk amount; what is it and why does it matter
  • Computation of income and allocation of income
  • Tax filing requirements
  • Common and not so common reporting issues
  • Partnerships and the small business deduction
  • Common uses of partnerships
  • Transfers to Partnerships
  • Dissolution of Partnerships
  • Merging of Partnerships
  • Partnership Agreements


Target Audience

This webinar will be of most interest to accountants, tax practitioners, and financial planners. 

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