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Immediate expensing for Canadian-Controlled Private Corporations (CCPC)

Published on July 21, 2021 PDF(opens a new window)

Introducing immediate expensing for eligible property (most capital property except generally long-lived assets) acquired by a CCPC on or after Budget Day and that becomes available for use before January 1, 2024, up to a maximum amount of $1.5 million per taxation year. The availability of other enhanced deductions under existing rules – such as the full expensing for manufacturing and processing machinery and equipment and for clean energy equipment, introduced in the 2018 Fall Economic Statement – would not reduce the maximum amount available under this new measure.

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