Acquired at a wholesale price and then donated to a charity for their retail value
In the October 2004 case of Quinn v The Queen, 2004 TCC 64, the Tax Court of Canada ruled that the taxpayer was entitled to a Canadian income tax credit for art prints acquired at a wholesale price and then donated to a charity for their retail value.
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