# IR7 Example 3 LTC loss limitation rule — with non-allowable deductions brought forward

The following details are for Company C which is an LTC in a partnership with another LTC:

 IRD number 22–324-252 Total gross income \$6,000 Expenses/deductions \$8,000 Loss \$2,000

Company C’s owners (shareholders) details are:

 Linda(50%) IRD number 62-728-293 Marley (50%) IRD number 31-323-334

Both Linda and Marley had non-allowable deductions last year of \$500.

Calculate the non-allowable deductions for Linda and Marley:

Company C’s IR7L details for Linda would look like this:

Linda will show her income from Company C on her Individual income tax return (IR3) at Question 19 “Did you receive any look-through company (LTC) income?” as shown below.

Linda’s attribution of this year’s deductions isn’t limited, so she can claim her full share of the loss (\$1,000). In addition, she is now able to claim the \$500 she wasn’t allowed last year, making her adjusted LTC income a \$1,500 loss.

Linda’s IR3 Question 19 would look like this:

Company C’s IR7L details for Marley would look like this:

Marley will show his income from Company C on his Individual income tax return (IR3) at Question 19 “Did you receive any look-through company (LTC) income?”.

He would also have \$1,500 non-allowable deductions to carry forward to next year.

For Marley, limiting the deductions has the effect of treating his share of the deductions as \$3,000. When this amount is allowed against his share of the gross income (\$3,000) the result is \$0.00, the amount of the adjusted LTC income.

Marley’s IR3 Question 19 would look like this:

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