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There is a special tax deferral for employees of CCPCs. The taxable benefit can be postponed to the date the shares are sold. This makes it easier for employees to pay tax because they will have cash available from the sale of the shares.

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Hi Allan,
I was just wondering what kind of stock options can people generally choose from?

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Hi Allan, just to clarify, if I have capital losses on my stocks, I can deduct that from my capital gains to minimize my taxes on the capital gains even if they were separate stocks?

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Allan Madan is a CPA, CA and the founder of Madan Chartered Accountant Professional Corporation. Allan provides valuable tax planning, accounting and income tax preparation services in the Greater Toronto Area.

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When your employer grants or gives a stock option to you, you do not have to include anything in your taxable income at that time. In other words, there is no tax consequence to you at the grant date.

Let’s assume you work for Coca-Cola Canada and the fair market value of the shares today is $85 / share. According to the option agreement, you can exercise or buy the shares for $65 / share. Therefore, the taxable benefit that will be included in your income at the time of exercise is $75 / share.

the employer corporation is the issuer of shares
the shares are not 8775 preferred shares 8776 but instead 8775 prescribed shares 8776
the option exercise price must not be less than the fair market value of the shares at the time the option is granted
the employee deals closely with the employer corporation

Hi, In this case you should report a taxable employment benefit of $85,555 on your T6 return. This represents the profit earned on the shares up to the date of exercise. In addition, you should report a capital loss of $85,555 because the shares dropped in value when you sold them. The bad news is, the capital loss of $85,555 cannot be offset with the taxable employment benefit of $85,555.

Thanks for your question. Upon death there is a deemed disposition of all of your assets at their fair market value at that time, except for assets willed to your spouse. If you did not exercise your stock options before your death, then they will likely expire and become worthless, unless the options agreement states that a surviving beneficiary can assume the options in your place.

What is the effect of deregistering?
If a nonbank lender is eligible to deregister and does so by filing a form G-7, the lender ceases to be subject to the requirements of Regulation U when the deregistration is approved by the Federal Reserve Board. Of course, if the lender extends margin-stock-secured credit above the threshold amount, it would again have to register with the Federal Reserve. A nonbank lender may choose to remain registered with the Federal Reserve even though it is eligible to deregister.

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