November 30, 2020 – New Rules for Employee Stock Options

by | Nov 30, 2020 | Industry Updates

The Liberal government announced a $200,000 limit on employee stock options taxed at a preferential capital gains rate effective July 1, 2021. Canadian-controlled private corporations (CCPCs) and non-CCPC employers with annual gross revenues of $500 million or less are excluded in an effort to give smaller companies more flexibility in enticing top talent. Read the full article at Employee stock option changes to take effect July 1 | Investment Executive

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