Issuing shares? Better make sure they are paid for.
December 16, 2016
Pursuant to the corporate law in Ontario, British Columbia and Canada (and potentially other jurisdictions), a share in the capital of a corporation cannot be issued until the shares are […]
Alberta Securities Commission implements prospectus exemption for startups
August 22, 2016
The Alberta Securities Commission (the “ASC”) implemented new rules designed to facilitate start-up businesses in Alberta to raise capital through the issuance of certain securities. The new ASC Rule 45-517 […]
Capital Gains Exemption on the Sale of Qualifying Small Business Corporation’s Shares
August 12, 2016
The lifetime capital gains exemption is indexed to inflation. Effective January 1, 2016, the exemption limit is $824,176 for sales of qualifying small business corporation shares. As a result, every […]
What is a CCPC?
August 2, 2016
The Canadian income tax system has been designed to provide certain tax benefits to Canadian-controlled private corporations (“CCPC’s”), including: 1. Tax credits for eligible expenditures for scientific research and experimental […]
What are the tax considerations when transferring property to a spouse?
July 27, 2016
In many circumstances, a person may wish to transfer some of their assets to their spouse during their lifetime. Such transfers are typical amongst spouses, but before the asset is […]
Tax implications of transferring property to related parties (but not a spouse)
July 18, 2016
In many circumstances, a parent may wish to transfer some of their assets to their children, or a sibling may wish to transfer assets to another sibling for little or […]