Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Tax & accounting
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
2018-04-27
ISBN: 
9780779866502
Carswell

Fundamentals of Canadian Income Tax, Volume 2: Corporate Tax

Availability: In Stock

The second volume of Fundamentals of Canadian Income Tax picks up exactly from where the first volume left off and examines the fundamental principles of corporate income tax law. This volume introduces students to the income tax implications of corporate, commercial, and family transactions.

As with its companion piece, Volume 1, we use a building block approach, starting with basic and fundamental legal principles of alternative business structures and their income tax effects.

We look at the underlying policies and structure for the income taxation of corporations and shareholders, financing arrangements for equity and debt capital, the use of professional corporations, the taxation of business and investment income of private corporations, shareholder compensation, and corporate distributions to shareholders. In addition, we examine the nature of corporate reorganizations, tax-deferred rollovers, and non-arm's length share transfers, amalgamations, winding-up, the taxation of non-residents, transfer pricing, and selected aspects of estate planning.

The text is current to January 1, 2018, and incorporates changes announced by the Ministry of Finance, but which were enacted into law later in 2018. It also contains a comprehensive glossary of tax and financial terms, which will be useful for students and practitioners in commercial practices.

Carswell

Fundamentals of Canadian Income Tax, Volume 2: Corporate Tax

Author: Vern Krishna
Availability: In Stock

Description

The second volume of Fundamentals of Canadian Income Tax picks up exactly from where the first volume left off and examines the fundamental principles of corporate income tax law. This volume introduces students to the income tax implications of corporate, commercial, and family transactions.

As with its companion piece, Volume 1, we use a building block approach, starting with basic and fundamental legal principles of alternative business structures and their income tax effects.

We look at the underlying policies and structure for the income taxation of corporations and shareholders, financing arrangements for equity and debt capital, the use of professional corporations, the taxation of business and investment income of private corporations, shareholder compensation, and corporate distributions to shareholders. In addition, we examine the nature of corporate reorganizations, tax-deferred rollovers, and non-arm's length share transfers, amalgamations, winding-up, the taxation of non-residents, transfer pricing, and selected aspects of estate planning.

The text is current to January 1, 2018, and incorporates changes announced by the Ministry of Finance, but which were enacted into law later in 2018. It also contains a comprehensive glossary of tax and financial terms, which will be useful for students and practitioners in commercial practices.