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Selected income tax and goods and services tax aspects of the purchase and sale of a business

Corporate Management Tax Conference (1990 Vancouver, B.C. and Toronto, Ont.)

Selected income tax and goods and services tax aspects of the purchase and sale of a business

Corporate Management Tax Conference, 1990.

by Corporate Management Tax Conference (1990 Vancouver, B.C. and Toronto, Ont.)

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Published by Canadian Tax Foundation in Toronto, Canada .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Corporations -- Canada -- Taxation -- Congresses,
  • Income tax -- Canada -- Congresses,
  • Consolidation and merger of corporations -- Taxation -- Canada -- Congresses,
  • Consolidation and merger of corporations -- Taxation -- United States -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    GenreCongresses
    ContributionsCanadian Tax Foundation.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, [644] p. :
    Number of Pages644
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23778739M
    ISBN 10088808045

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About Tax Aspects of the Purchase and Sale of a Private Company's Shares. Tax Aspects of the Purchase and Sale of a Private Company's Shares ties together in one informative book the ever-increasing legislation, case-law and extra-statutory material, that tax advisers need to be aware of when purchasing and selling shares in private companies.

THE PURCHASE AND SALE OF A BUSINESS: A REVIEW OF THE TAX ISSUES Goods and Services Tax 25 (a) Type ofBusiness 25 (b) Elections 25 (c) Asset Analysis 26 1.

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THE PURCHASE AND SALE OF A BUSINESS: A Review ofthe Tax Considerations Table ofContents Assets v. Shares: How to Choose A. Tax Status ofthe Parties B. Integration System C. Complexities in Completing the Transaction Purchase and Sale ofAssets A. Allocating the Purchase Price 1. Section 68 -The General Rule 2.

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One such adjustment is for any available business loss incurred after Decem "Business loss" means a negative business income taxable amount after allocation or apportionment. The sale of business assets and the loss from business activities should be reported separately. The loss from business activities are on the schedule C and reported on the form line 12 - that is ordinary loss and may be fully used to offset other income.

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Often overlooked are state and local transfer taxes, including sales taxes. These transfer taxes, however, can have a significant impact upon the economics of the deal. On this page you will find information about: Registering your business; Business structure; Sole proprietorship; Partnership; Corporations; For income tax purposes, we define a business as an activity where there is a reasonable expectation of profit and there is evidence to support that intention.

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