The complexity of the Canadian tax system not only imposes substantial costs on all taxpayers, but also has a disproportionate effect on the most vulnerable among us.
Malheureusement, faute de ressources ou par manque de connaissances, beaucoup de concitoyens ne rempliront pas leur déclaration ou oublieront de réclamer des sommes qui leur reviennent de plein droit.
Viewpoint showing that the complexity of the tax system keeps many Canadians, often of modest means, from claiming all the sums to […]
L’atteinte de l’équilibre budgétaire est due à des circonstances favorables ; la prospérité des Québécois passe par un autre chemin.
Quebec sometimes seems to forget that taxpayers’ money belongs, not to it, but to taxpayers.
Quebec’s robust economic growth in recent years has allowed the government to record a surplus each of the past five budgets. Between the 2014-2015 and 2018-2019 fiscal years, Quebec accumulated budget surpluses totalling $21.3 billion, a strong argument for a personal income tax cut, shows this MEI publication.
A new Stanford University study finds California’s “soak the rich” tax hike drove outmigration of the rich up by 40%.
Une taxe sur le numérique cause plus de problèmes qu’elle n’en résout et risque de nuire aux consommateurs, aux entreprises canadiennes et à l’économie du pays dans son ensemble.
Taxing foreign companies causes more problems than it solves and risks hurting Canadian consumers and companies.
During the last federal election campaign, all parties promised to raise taxes on the digital giants. This publication shows that the so-called GAFA companies have been taxed at a level similar to or higher than large Canadian corporations, and that it will be consumers and the Canadian economy in general that would pay for such a measure.