T2 Update for Corporate Taxprep Users – June 2021, Recorded Webinar, Available June 30, 2021

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The webinar will include a number of topics to get you up to date. Such as:

Corporate Tax & Form Updates for Federal & Provincial forms. Filing Deadlines review. Reminders regarding recently enacted legislation including a review of the passive income rules and the reporting on the forms. A T2-AFR Review – getting the most out of the CRA Download. A T2 COVID-19 Tax Planning Update for Businesses – advising your corporate clientele how to assess any remaining subsidies. Also, how to best support your customers when the CRA Audits appear and, advising customers within corporate related groups. You will also see Software Productivity Tips.


Join our expert team from Mowbrey Gil LLP for a broad overview of the taxation of capital gains.  The webinar will also highlight some considerations and traps to watch for, using a helpful detailed case study. Ancillary issues related to losses and reserves will be discussed, and the most common exemption from the taxation of capital gains - for sales of principal residences - will also be covered.

More specifically, topics covered will include:

  • History of capital gains
    • Why did they tax capital gains?
    • Inclusion rates – 1971 to 2019
    • Why did the inclusion rate change from 75% to 50%?
  • What is a capital gain? Capital vs. income
    • Case study – why facts matter
    • Disposition of Canadian Securities – subsection 39(4) election
  • Types of a capital property
    • Personal Use Property
    • Depreciable property
    • Capital property
  • Capital Gain Reserve
  • Loss restrictions
  • Real property and Principle Residence Exemption (“PRE”)
  • Target Audience

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

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This webinar is being presented by Brad Berry, Seanna Weir and Jaspreet Sidhu of Mowbrey Gil LLP:

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