Finance proposals on “Tax Planning Using Private Corporations”: Holding passive investments inside a private corporation
Canadian Tax Alert
Sheri Penner, Deloitte Private’s Tax Leader for Canada, provides a summary on what the proposed changes to holding passive investments inside a private corporation might mean for your private corporation. This is the fourth video in the series.
On July 18, 2017, the Department of Finance released a consultation document and draft legislation which contained proposals that, if enacted, will affect private companies and their shareholders.
This Canadian Tax Alert looks specifically at the proposed changes to holding passive investments inside a private corporation, and is aimed at providing a more thorough analysis of those proposals, with examples of how the proposals could affect various transactions and structures.
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