Ernst & Young's Guide to the Taxation of Mining Operations available now
TORONTO, July 25, 2013 /CNW/ - Ernst & Young's Guide to the Taxation of Mining Operations is an easy-to-use reference guide designed to assist Canadian mining businesses in interpreting and applying the rules under the federal Income Tax Act, as well as under provincial mining tax legislation in certain provinces. The book is available now.
"Tax risk management is more important now than ever before, especially in our globalized economy and still challenging economic times," says Jim MacLean, Tax Services Partner at EY. "Ernst & Young's Guide to the Taxation of Mining Operations includes our commentary of existing rules and proposed legislation, reviews current administrative practice, and provides references to applicable legislation, case law and administrative materials."
In addition to an overview of the federal income tax rules applicable to mining operations, the guide includes detailed discussions on topics such as:
- Resource tax pools
- Flow-through shares
- The successor rules
- Investment by non-residents in mining operations in Canada
- Foreign branch and subsidiary operations
For more information, or to order a copy of the guide, visit CAstore.
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