Indicate the tax effects of these transactions on the Net Income For Tax Purposes for both the trust and for Bryan.

During 2020, the Ho family trust received eligible dividends from publicly traded Canadian corporations in the amount of $100,000. In addition, it received non-eligible dividends from the family owned Canadian controlled private corporation in the amount of $30,000. Its only other source of income was a capital gain of $20,000 on a disposition of investments in publicly traded equity securities. The only beneficiary of the trust is the family’s 19 year old son, Bryan Ho. Bryan is actively engaged in the private corporation on a regular and continuous basis and, as a consequence, the TOSI is not applicable to the income that he receives from the trust. During the current year, $60,000 of the eligible dividends from public companies, all of the non-eligible dividends from the family’s private company, and all of the $20,000 capital gain were paid to Bryan. Indicate the tax effects of these transactions on the Net Income For Tax Purposes for both the trust and for Bryan.

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