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I understand that. My is regarding the tax treatment of the management company. If you have rental properties and incorporate them you will still be charged the 44% high tax rate because it is seen as passive income does not qualify for small business tax rates.
Now if I start a management/maintenance and bill my rental properties will I be able to quantify my management/maintenance company for small business rate or with the CRA see this as just try to avoid a higher tax rate?
If the management/maintenance corporation works only for properties I own personal does it make a difference?
Is there a maximum management fees can be? or can i out with high enough that all rental properties break even and I don't have to pay tax on them?
I.E. all the money would end up in the management corporation and the tax would then be at a small business rate.