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Unlocking Tax Efficiency: Understanding Taxation in Ontario Limited Partnerships

Taxation is a pivotal aspect of any business structure, and when it comes to Ontario Limited Partnerships (LPs), it’s no different. One of the standout features of LPs in Canada is their tax efficiency. These partnerships are designed to be pass-through entities for tax purposes, creating a streamlined and often advantageous tax environment for partners. In this […]

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Navigating Limited Liability Protection in Ontario Limited Partnerships (LPs)

When embarking on a business venture in Ontario, one crucial consideration is the level of liability protection offered by your chosen business structure. In the case of Limited Partnerships (LPs), Ontario offers a unique framework that distinguishes between two types of partners: limited partners and general partners. Understanding the nuances of limited liability protection within […]

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Formation of Ontario Limited Partnerships (LPs): A Step-by-Step Guide

If you’re considering establishing a business in Ontario and exploring the benefits of a Limited Partnership (LP) structure, you’re on the right track. LPs in Ontario offer a unique blend of flexibility and protection, making them an attractive choice for entrepreneurs. In this article, we’ll take you through the crucial steps of forming an LP […]

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Canada Startup Visa Fees: A Comprehensive Guide for Entrepreneurs

Shared from Launch in Canada In recent years, Canada has emerged as a global hub for startups and innovation, attracting entrepreneurs from around the world. The Canadian government’s Startup Visa Program has played a crucial role in this, providing a pathway for talented individuals to establish their businesses in Canada. However, before embarking on this […]

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Canadian Taxation of Non-Resident Trusts

A taxpayer’s residency will govern the extent of Canada’s jurisdiction to tax. Accordingly, as with non-resident individuals, a non-resident trust is not taxable in Canada unless it derives Canadian source income. However, in certain circumstances, a non-resident trust can become subject to Canadian tax on its worldwide income, if it is deemed to be resident […]

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Canadian tax on capital gains derived from the disposition of taxable Canadian property

Non-residents are liable for Canadian tax on capital gains derived from the disposition of “taxable Canadian property”. “Taxable Canadian property” is defined to include, among other items, real property and resource property in Canada, assets used in carrying on a business in Canada, and shares in the capital stock of certain corporations. Any disposition of […]

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Employment Income for non-Canadian residents

non-resident individuals are taxable in Canada if they are employed in Canada and their taxable income is attributable to the duties of the office or employment performed by them in Canada. Whether an individual is deemed employed in Canada depends on the location where employment services are physically performed. If a non-resident renders services to […]

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