2 edition of Co-operatives and taxation found in the catalog.
Co-operatives and taxation
Canadian Tax Foundation
Written in English
Issued with McIvor, R.C. Recent growth in Canadian co-operatives. Toronto, 1962.
|LC Classifications||HD3448 M35|
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|Number of Pages||23|
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Service motive: Co-operatives are not formed to maximise profit like other forms of business organisation. The main purpose of a Co-operative Society is to provide service to its members. For example, in a Consumer Co-operative Store, goods are sold to its members at a reasonable price by retaining a small margin of profit. It Savings and Credit Co-operatives (SACCOs) and Credit Unions in South Africa on the condition they abide by the SACCOL constitution and SACCO statutes as adopted and amended by members at SACCOLs AGM, thus receive an exemption from the Banks Act of SAVINGS AND CREDIT CO-OPERATIVE LEAGUE OF SOUTH AFRICA LIMITED (SACCOL)
Co-operatives law has moved towards a national, consistent system with the agreement between States of the Australian Uniform Co-operative Law Agreement in and progressive introduction of the Co-operatives National Law in New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia and a sympathetic Co-operatives amending Act in Western :// Italy: Corporate Tax Laws and Regulations ICLG - Corporate Tax Laws and Regulations - Italy covers common issues in corporate tax laws and regulations - including capital gain, overseas profits, real estate, anti-avoidance, BEPS and the digital economy - in 33 ://
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Taxation of co-operatives: Canadian public policy. [Douglas A Holland; Stefan Haley; Co-operative College of Canada.; Co-operative Future Directions Project.] -- Abstract: This paper summarizes the history of the taxation of cooperatives and examines the evolution of public policy about co-operatives in :// Co-operatives & NPO sectors have been playing a distinct and significant role in the socio-economic development of the book on taxation of cooperatives and not-for-profit organizations for assistance of members and other stakeholders.
The book contains the legislative framework, taxation, tax benefits to NPO sector, circulars, Recurring controversies surrounding taxation of cooperatives include determining what constitutes patronage-sourced income, whether payments to members are allocations paid in money, and the applicability and computation of the domestic production activities deduction under section The post-war taxation of Canadian co-operatives / by R.
Craig McIvor --Panel discussion: co-operatives and taxation: an extract from the report of proceedings of the fifteenth annual conference convened by the Canadian Tax Foundation, Montreal, November, Series Title: Canadian tax papers, no. Responsibility: by R.C. :// Taxation of Cooperatives and "Patronage Dividends" For-profit cooperative corporations are given special treatment with respect to federal taxation.
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Keywords: Cooperative, Business, Finance, Structure, Tax Co-ops An Introduction to Cooperatives Donald A. Frederick wrote this report in and revised it in several articles on Taxation and SMEs and Co-operatives.
He is currently co-authoring a book on good corporate governance for co-operatives, and is also involved in several charities, and community based economic and social activities.
Yair Levi,Director, CIRCOM, (International Research Centre on Rural Cooperative Communities), Israel. Yair A cooperative, or co-op, is an organization owned and controlled by the people who use the products or services the business produces.
Cooperatives differ from other forms of businesses because they operate more for the benefit of members, rather than to earn profits for investors. Cooperative businesses can be as small as a community buying Manual. Special thanks must also be offered to the Victorian Federation of Co-operatives who had previously prepared a start up guide for co-operatives and whose contribution was invaluable.
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