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TaxTips.ca - Shareholder Loans and Their Tax Implications

If a loan is made for which the interest would be tax deductible for the shareholder it is important to track this loan separately from other advances or loans. Converting a shareholder loan to employment income or dividends

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What Is a Shareholder Loan Bizfluent

Shareholder loans charging no interest or an interest rate below the federal rate are known as below-market loans. The Internal Revenue Service publishes the federal rate monthly in the Internal Revenue Bulletin available on the IRS website.

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Taxation of Shareholder Loans CRA Tax Assessment

The general rule is that if a withdrawal from a corporation designated as a shareholder loan is repaid within one year from the end of the taxation year of the corporation that is the taxation year in which the loan was made it will not be included in the income of the borrower. So for example if the year-end for the corporation is December 31 2011 and you borrowed from the corporation

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Shareholder loan - Wikipedia

Shareholder loan is a debt-like form of financing provided by shareholders. Usually it is the most junior debt in the company s debt portfolio.

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UNDERSTANDING YOUR SHAREHOLDER LOAN ACCOUNT

Interest does not have to be paid on the amounts owing to the shareholder however if interest is paid then a legal contract should be drawn up stating an obligation to pay interest and the actual amount of the interest. The interest paid on the shareholder loan is then deductible to the corporation and taxable to the shareholder.

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Shareholder Loans - Madan CA

In addition the shareholder must pay interest on the loan at a rate equal to or greater than the prescribed interest rate set by the Canada Revenue Agency CRA . The interest payment must be made no later than 30 days after the end of the year. However if you use the loan proceeds to produce income i.e. business or investment the interest paid is deductible for tax purposes.

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Shareholder Loan vs. Equity Investment Chron.com

A company can write off the shareholder loan interest payments which is a benefit of going this route. However if the interest rate charged is below fair market value the difference between the

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Understanding Tax Issues Related to Shareholder Loans

The amount of incremental imputed interest beyond what the company already charges the shareholder depends on when the loan was set up and whether it s a demand or term loan. Additionally the IRS may argue that the loan should be reclassified as either a dividend or additional compensation.

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ARCHIVED - Debts of Shareholders and Certain Persons

For comments concerning taxable benefits arising from interest-free or low-interest loans see the current version of IT-421 Benefits to Individuals Corporations and Shareholders from Loans or Debt.

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Income Tax Folio S3-F6-C1 Interest Deductibility - Canada.ca

Generally a deduction for interest will be allowed if borrowed money is used to make an interest-free loan to a wholly-owned corporation or in cases of multiple shareholders where shareholders make an interest-free loan in proportion to their shareholdings and the proceeds have an effect on the corporation s income-earning capacity.

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