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A trust, unlike a person or a corporation, is not a legal entity... A trust is simply a legal relationship between the trustee, who holds legal title to the subject property of the trust and the beneficiaries, who hold beneficial title to that subject property. However, there is one exception to the general rule: a trust is a legal entity for tax purposes. Subsection 104(2) of the Income Tax Act (Canada) specifically provides that a trust is an individual for tax purposes and, thus, is considered a separate taxpayer.
Knowledge Bureau has a new CE Solution for financial advisors and you can even take one of them for free. But that’s not the main reason you’ll want to check out our CE Savvy™ Micro-Course Collections! The education is fantastic and the new learning platform is amazing. Firms are signing up, and independent advisors, too. Here’s why Tony Mahabir, MBA, CMC, RWM, CIM, RRC, CFP, FP Canada Fellow and President of the CANFIN Group of Companies and is so enthused: