Calculate the maximum capital cost allowance, Cost Accounting

At the beginning of 2010, Mirror Corporation, had undepreciated capital cost (UCC) of $1,575,000 in asset Class 38 with a CCA rate of 30%. On April 15, 2010, Mirror sold an asset that had an original cost of $120,000 for $165,000. On November 18, 2010, Mirror Corporation purchased an asset in Class 38 costing $213,000.

Calculate the maximum CCA, Mirror Corporation could claim on asset Class 38 for 2010 assuming Mirror’s year end is December 31, 2010.If Mirrorr has earnings before tax and amortization of $1,875,000 compute the taxable income. Note: you do not need to compute the amount of tax due.

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