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This tag is to be used for any question related to gain due to appreciation of capital. Typcially Capital gains are treated differently based on the geography and hence a country tag should ideally be used with this.

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From the investopedia article on preferred vs. common shares: Preferred shareholders have priority over common stockholders on earnings and assets in the event of liquidation and they have a fix …
asked Feb 7 '14 by Victor123
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If I open up a corporation in Canada and the sole purpose of the corporation is to trade stocks, does the corporation pay the same kind of taxes on investment gains as if I were trading those stocks a …
asked May 27 '13 by Victor123
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If I sell my condo (an investment property, not my primary residence) then I imagine I need to pay tax (provided I make a profit). If I don't make profit, can I use the loss against my salary income …
asked Sep 26 '13 by Victor123
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Let us say I hold 4 stocks in a non tax sheltered account Stock A has capital gain of 10$. Stock B has capital loss of 20$. Stock C has gain of 10$ but it is intra day, hence counted as income, not …
asked Feb 22 '14 by Victor123
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If I sell my investment property to raise cash for the purchase of a new home, I am required to pay capital gains tax (i.e. income tax on 50% of the gain amount.) Is there a way to park this money so …
asked Apr 1 '15 by Victor123
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If I make a capital gain from the sale of a house but make capital losses from the sale of stocks in my brokerage account (not tax sheltered), then can I use the losses against the gains to reduce my …
asked Apr 17 '15 by Victor123
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Let's say I convert CAD 100 to USD 90. With the USD 90, I buy a stock that goes to USD 100, and then I sell it. If I don't convert the resulting USD 100 back to (say) the CAD 105 it might be worth at …
asked Nov 18 '14 by Victor123