The topics below provides information on the types of investments that are considered flow-through entities. It also provides information on how to calculate and report the capital gain or loss resulting from the disposition of shares of, or interests in, a flow-through entity.
The information also applies if, for the 1994 tax year, you filed Form T664, Election to Report a Capital Gain on Property Owned at the End of February 22, 1994, for your shares of, or interest in, a flow-through entity. In addition, if you have any remaining unused exempt capital gains balance (ECGB), there is a topic that provides information on how it can be used.
- What is a flow-through entity?
What types of investments are considered flow-through entities? What happens if I filed for the 1994 tax year, Form T664 on shares, units or an interest in a flow-through entity?
- Exempt capital gains balance (ECGB)
What is an exempt capital gains balance? What to do with ECGB unused balance.
- Disposing of your shares of, or interest in, a flow-through entity
How is the capital gain calculated? How are they reported?
Forms and publications
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