Détails d'une promesse

We would ensure that employees with up to $100,000 in annual stock option gains will be unaffected by any new cap.

Trudeau polimetre - 2015
Promesse réalisée

Real Change: A New Plan For a Strong Middle Class (p. 80)


March 19, 2019 - "Budget 2019 announces the Government’s intent to limit the use of the current employee stock option tax regime and move toward aligning the tax treatment with the United States for employees of large, long-established, mature firms." (p.202) [...] "Specifically, the Government will move toward aligning Canada’s employee stock option tax treatment with that of the United States by applying a $200,000 annual cap on employee stock option grants (based on the fair market value of the underlying shares) that may receive tax-preferred treatment for employees of large, long-established, mature firms." (p.204) - Investing in the Middle Class, Budget 2019-2020 - Government of Canada

March 19, 2019 - "The plan announced in the federal budget Tuesday will put a $200,000 annual cap on the stock-option grants that get the preferential treatment, for employees of large firms." - Stock options to be taxed more like regular income under new federal budget - CBC

March 22, 2016 - "[...] before coming to power in October the party said it would cap the amount employees can claim through stock-option deductions. The previous Conservative government allowed a 50% deduction on the benefit when employees exercised stock options. [...] By the time the federal budget came out March 22, the Liberals’ plan to retool stock-option taxation had been dropped entirely after tech leaders complained the plan would make it harder to recruit talent." - Budget 2016: Tech sector ‘relieved’ after Liberals ditch stock option tax plan - Business Vancouver

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