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Max has a taxation practice and assists in advising clients on:
- Income and sales taxation matters arising in connection with private equity funds and a variety of other transactions;
- Tax compliance issues affecting various types of ...
On February 22, 2024, British Columbia’s 2024 Budget was introduced. Included in the Budget are the following measures relating to real estate taxes:
 New Home Flipping Tax: The home flipping tax will apply to income from the sale of certain residential property sold on or after January 1, 2025 that was owned for less than 2 years. The tax rate will be 20% for properties ...
Underused Housing Tax Filing Obligations
The filing deadline for the first year of the Federal Underused Housing Tax (“UHT”) is fast approaching. Any owner of residential property in Canada who is not explicitly defined as an “excluded owner” must file a return by April 30, 2023 for each residential property of the owner. The UHT is a 1% tax on the value of vacant or ...
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