Upon completion of Liability for Tax, Attribution and Income Splitting, learners will be able to:
- Evaluate the residency status of individuals, trusts and corporations and explain the Canadian tax implications of residency.
- Identify the circumstances in which a non-resident is subject to withholding taxes in Canada and determine the applicable rates.
- Apply the filing deadlines, installment requirements and other administrative rules relating to individuals, trusts and corporations.
- Determine when property has been transferred to a non-arm's length party and identify the resulting tax implication.
- Apply the "attribution" rules to transactions involving transfers of property to spouses, related minors and adult children.
- Identify income-splitting opportunities available to individuals.
|Question Format||Multiple Choice|
|Questions Per Quiz||20|
|Enrolment Period||6 months|
* IMPORTANT: There is no maximum to the number of quiz attempts permitted, but only the first passing grade (60% or over) will appear on official web transcript.
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