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Tax-Smart Strategies: Arguably planning is more important than product, making the formulation of a tax-smart investing strategy applicable to your needs is an essential step. Formulation of a strategy requires knowledge of you and knowledge of tax-smart investment rules from which you can benefit. 3. Tax-Smart Products: It is critical that all investments products be evaluated with an eye to tax issues. An RRSP-eligible product may not be suitable for a taxable investment account. You need to know the differences!
Canadian dividends generally attract far less taxation than interest, but more than capital gains. Capital gains result when you sell an asset for more than its purchase price. The increase in value is a capital gain, and 50% of the gain (called a taxable capital gain) is included in your personal income for tax purposes. Capital gains generally attract the lowest tax rates of all investment income types, largely because only half the gain is taxable even before your marginal tax rate is applied.
Old Assets The rules for capital gains have evolved, affecting the taxation of assets that you may have owned for the last several decades. It would be worthwhile to explore special tax consequences before selling a significant asset that you have owned for a very long time. For example, prior to 1972 there was no taxation applicable to capital gains or capital losses. If you sell a cottage today that you have owned since 1960, the first twelve years of appreciated value are not taxable and need to be determined.