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What is Investment Income? Duly described as ‘Passive Income’, this is the number of gains that a company makes apart from its full-time scope of business. The Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA) defines Passive Investment Income as: Interest Rent (not including rent from associated corporations actively carrying on business) Royalties Dividends from portfolio investments and non-associated...

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What is Capital Gain? Any increase in the value of a capital asset is a capital gain (when comparing the current value to its original purchase price). However, it is only considered to have occurred or ‘realized’ when the asset is sold – an important distinction when compared to an increase in an asset’s value...

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