Prior to 2016, it was CRA’s administrative practice that the disposition of your principal residence was not reportable where the entire gain is exempt. There have been a few court cases where the administrative practice was not upheld because CRA Form T2091 was not filed.
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On October 3, 2016 changes were announced to the computation of the available principal residence exemption. Changes were made to properties held by individuals and to properties held by trusts. Discussion below is limited to the changes affecting individuals. Changes to trust is more complex and may be addressed later.
According to a report published by the United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, the number of Americans living in the United Kingdom was estimated at 212,150 in 2015. This represents a sizable group of Americans living in just one foreign country.
2017 AICPA Real Estate & Construction Conference
Save The Date: December 7th – December 9th, Las Vegas, NV
Join Peter J. Scalise, the Federal Tax Credits & Incentives Practice Leader for Prager Metis CPAs, at the upcoming AICPA Real Estate & Construction Conference at the Wynn in Las Vegas, NV on Wednesday, December 7th between 4:00PM and 6:00PM for the Construction Tax Planning Panel Discussion.
VP Tax And Tax Director Opportunities – Contact TaxConnections Retained Search Services Division – 858.999.0053
Over the last couple of weeks, clients of http://www.etsearch.com/clients.htm which is now a division of www.taxconnections.com have contacted us on several VP Tax and Tax Director opportunities. In particular, we are searching for four separate clients requesting a VP Tax and Tax Director candidates in the real estate and energy sectors.
We will highlight a lead tax role from our portfolio of private retained clients this week. If you are aware of anyone who may have the type of experience mentioned below, please forward this message on to see if they know anyone who would Read more
As the economy shows signs of improvement, with the stock market rebounding and unemployment falling steadily, it is only reasonable to believe, all thing being equal, that the housing market will also rebound, and will once again become a very viable investment vehicle. There are a number of distinct tax advantages to be derived from investing in real estate, and this article will look at some of these advantages. For both middle and high-income individuals alike, the tax advantages of investing in real estate can be substantial. Some of the advantages are as follows:
The IRS allows investors to depreciate (deduct from rental income) the cost of a residential rental building over a period of 27.5 years, and 39 years for nonresidential Read more
It seems more and more taxpayers are finding themselves compelled to engage in a structured installment sale of closely held business assets or rental real estate and I couldn’t help but notice that there are some common misconceptions about the associated tax implications, particularly if ‘related parties’ are involved in a transaction. So this is what I am telling people:
• Report installment sales on IRS Form 6252
• Report interest from installment sales on Schedule B
• Report capital gains from installment sales on Schedule D
• For more details refer to IRS Publication 537 or IRC 453 Read more
IRS Determines That Debt Secured By Wholely Owned Dissregarded Entity Qualifies For Income Exclusion on Workout
The Internal Revenue Service has issue Revenue Procedure 2014-20 which provides a safe harbor under which the IRS will, under certain defined circumstances, treat indebtedness that is secured by 100 percent of the ownership interest in a disregarded entity that holds real property as indebtedness that is secured by real property for purposes of § 108(c)(3)(A) of the Internal Revenue Code.
This revenue procedure will assist taxpayers with so-called “mezzanine” financing in workouts and similar circumstances.
Often borrowers incur debt in connection with real property used in a trade or business. If the debt is later discharged, the income from the discharge of indebtedness may be Read more
At any point after the notice of default (Step 2 from yesterdays blog) has been filed with the court the debtor may exercise their right of redemption. This enables the original buyer or related parties to stop the foreclosure proceeding by purchasing the property in full. The specific time frames and fees that can be included in the required right of redemption payment vary from state to state.
There are two type of redemption, equity of redemption and statutory redemption. Equity of redemption is available in all states from the time of the filing of the default until the property is sold at the foreclosure sale. Once the property is sold the equity of redemption right is Read more