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Shampoo, lotion, toner, face cream and fluoride toothpaste - just a few of the many products which we use daily, and which may have been tested on animals. Thousands of services flood the cosmetics aisle every year. For most of these products, animal testing was used at some point in its research and development. Though animal testing in research and drug development still remains common practice, even scientists now agree that alternatives to animal testing can and may help the non-public care and cosmetics industry. Wondering the other ways exist to test products as opposed to animal testing? Alternative methods have been cheaper, safer and supply faster results. Section 110.6 of the Income Tax Act (ITA) allows 750,000 tax-free capital gains to people. This exemption is valid for that gain available for sale of shares of small enterprise i.e. "qualified small business corporation share", as defined by ITA S.110.6(1) to be considered as such, the business has got to meet several criteria: