Y女士在2005年$ 45,000.00购买的财产并且有$ 5,000.00交易费用。
Y夫人在2011年卖掉了她的财产为$ 100,000.00并且有$ 10,000.00
一旦出售$ 25,000.00额外的销售费用由卖方的律师（$ 100,000×25％）保持在收到“清关证书”的计算如下：金额支付给CRA由律师（$ 100,000.00- $ 50,000.00）×25％= $ 12,500.00代表律师信用卖家= $ 25,000.00- $ 12,500.00 = $ 12,500.00资本收益回报率提出要占销售费用和可能来自CRA接受进一步的退款。
Property owners have to file Capital Gains return to report the sale of property regardless if the sale resulted in gain or loss. The return should be filed following the end of the calendar year and allows Seller to account for the selling costs.
When a nonresident sells the property his solicitor is required to withhold 25% of the selling price. The solicitor should file the request for “clearance certificate” to Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA) which might take few months to receive. Once the “clearance certificate” is accepted the solicitor releases the withholding funds less 25% of the gross profit.
Mrs. Y purchased property in 2005 for $45,000.00 and had closing costs of $5,000.00.
Mrs. Y sold her property in 2011 for $100,000.00 and had additional selling expenses of $10,000.00
Upon sale $25,000.00 are held by the seller’s solicitor ($100,000 X 25%)
Upon receipt of the “clearance certificate” the following is calculated:
Amount to be paid to CRA by the solicitor ($100,000.00-$50,000.00) X 25% = $12,500.00
Solicitor to Credit Seller = $25,000.00-$12,500.00= $12,500.00
Capital Gain return is filed to account for the selling expenses and possibly receive additional refund from CRA.
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