Capital gains

If you sell a property for more than it cost, you will have a capital gain and possibly a recapture of CCA. List the dispositions of all your properties on Schedule 3, Capital Gains (or Losses).

You will find a copy of this schedule in your General Income Tax and Benefit Guide package. For information on how to calculate your taxable capital gain, see Line 127 - Capital gains.

You may be a partner in a partnership that gives you a Slip T5013, Statement of Partnership Income. If the partnership has a capital gain, it will allocate part of that gain to you. The gain will show on the partnership's financial statements or on your T5013.

Note

You cannot have a capital loss when you sell depreciable property. However, you may have a terminal loss. For an explanation of terminal losses, go to Column 5 - UCC after additions and dispositions.

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