Monthly Archives: November 2018

Making Timely Claims: INPUT TAX CREDIT

In a May 31, 2018 Tax Court of Canada case, the taxpayer claimed ITCs (arising from the December 2008 quarter-end) which were previously disallowed when claimed by a related party. Within 30 days of that decision, the taxpayer claimed the ITCs on their return for the quarter ending September 30, 2015.Taxpayer loses ITCs must be… Read more »

Returns of Capital: INTEREST DEDUCTIBILITY

In an April 20, 2018 Tax Court of Canada case, at issue was whether the taxpayer could deduct interest incurred in 2013, 2014 and 2015 related to $300,000 borrowed in 2007 to purchase mutual funds. From 2007-2015, the taxpayer received a return of capital from the funds, totalling $196,850 over the period. A return of… Read more »