Subsection 233.6(1) - Returns respecting distributions from non-resident trusts
The following entities do not have to file this information return:
- mutual fund corporations;
- non-resident-owned investment corporations;
- persons who are exempt from tax under Part I of the Act;
- mutual fund trusts;
- trusts described in paragraphs (a) to (e.1) of the definition "trust" in subsection 108(1) of the Act;
- a "registered investment" under section 204.4 of the Act;
- a trust in which all persons beneficially interested are persons described above; or
- a partnership where all of the members are corporations or trusts referred to above or where the share of the partnership income or loss of non-resident members is 90% or more.
The taxpayer does not have to report distributions from or indebtedness owed to the following trusts:
- a trust described in Income Tax Regulation 6803. Generally, this is a trust governed by a U.S. Individual Retirement Account (IRA);
- a non-resident trust described in paragraph (b) of the definition "exempt trust" in subsection 233.2(1). Generally, this is a trust that is exempt from income tax under the taxation laws of the taxing jurisdiction where the trust is resident, that is principally providing superannuation, pension, retirement or employee benefits, and that is either maintained primarily for non-resident individuals or is governed by an employee sharing plan;
- a non-resident trust for which any of T1134-A, Information Return Relating to Foreign Affiliates that are not Controlled Foreign Affiliates,T1134-B,Information Return Relating to Controlled Foreign Affiliates, T1135,Information Return Relating to Specified Foreign Property or T1141, Information Return in Respect of Transfers or Loans to a Non-resident Trust, is required to be filed.