Tax on Gifted common vs preferred shares?
I know if you receive common shares as a gift, you’re taxed on the total fair value as if it were income.
What about preferred shares that are convertible to common shares? If they are received as a gift, are they taxed at the common share equivalent fair value, or at the preferred par value?
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