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How to calculate the capital gain to reflect the change of rental percentage during the operation


Maggie RZH
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How to calculate the capital gain to reflect the change of rental percentage during the operation. To be specifically:
 In Aug 2014, the property changed from 50/50 (rental/personal) to 100% rental. It remains 100% rental until it was disposed in 2020. 
So, before Aug 2014,  only 50% of the capital gain on the rental portion  is taxable. 
When i was doing  my taxes for 2014, I did treat property as  2 separate properties following the instruction from UFile support. One property from Jan /2014 to Jul /2014 with 50% rental, one from Aug/ 2014 to Dec/2014 with 100% rental. 
Now,  how do i calculate the capital gain properly so that only 50% of capital gain from the date of purchase until Aug/2014 will be added to the final?
 
Thanks a lot in advance.
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Hi Maggie RZH. Consider treating the disposition as two dispositions. One that was entirely rental and the other that was rental/personal with data entry of the years for the period of personal use. It would be easier to do that directly for Schedule 3 rather than through the rental statement I suspect. The problem may be in stating the years of personal use as a principal residence but maybe give it a try.

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