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Rental expenses in Canada, current vs capital

I am renting my house in Ontario Canada, and claiming the rental income/expenses on my tax return. I know I can claim current repair expenses, but next year 2024, I have to replace the roof and ...
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When we invest in a corporation that has high capital expenditure every year but it is buying warehouses, is that less of a concern?

I think the usual idea is that capital expenditure that goes to $0 value is not usually a good thing. For example, if a company needs to buy 5 new fancy coffee maker for $800 every 5 years, and the ...
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How do I structure accounts to represent capital and depreciation for multiple jurisdictions, keeping equity accurate?

I am required to file taxes for my small (sole proprietorship) business and personal finances in two jurisdictions (Canada and the USA, as it happens). I have capital equipment for my business. Both ...
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Loan to partnership or equity contribution?

I'm trying to understand how to account for the following scenario. Three partners purchase a somewhat dilapidated income property for $600K, each partner contributing one third. It requires ...
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If cash flow is calculated by net income + depreciation without adding capital expenditures, isn't it potentially very inaccurate? [closed]

To invest in companies I need to find out more about cash flow. Sometimes cash flow is defined and calculated by cash flow = net income + depreciation costs - capital expenditures ... (1) ...
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Is it true that we typically consider the operating costs, but for a "long lasting item", we make it a capital expenditure and depreciate it? [closed]

When investing in companies, I have to understand what "capital expenditure" is. It seems that we typically consider how much we take in (sales or revenue) and deduct the costs and arrive at net ...
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Is the cost of buying computers, warehouses, and trucks and fixing the roofs all "capital expenditure"? [closed]

When investing in companies, I had to understand what "capital expenditure" is. Let's say each year, the company has to buy $200,000 worth of new computers for their employees. Is this capital ...
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