As we come out of this major health crisis in the coming months, let’s give all our entrepreneurs as much freedom as possible to get their businesses revving again, and get people back to work to fulfil our needs on the market.
The 2020 tax year will undoubtedly be one of the most complicated in history, with tax preparers “bracing for a tsunami of complex returns and taxpayer anxiety.”
When it comes to wealth taxes, the sensible course of action is to ignore the NDP, whose case for the tax is full of holes.
Recently, Google announced a 2% increase in its advertising rates in France, following the introduction of a “GAFA tax” targeting several multinational digital corporations.
With governments looking for ways to maybe balance their budgets, some political parties, both provincial and federal, have dug up the not-so-unfamiliar idea of a wealth tax.
Si certains riches réussissent peut-être à éviter de payer l’impôt sur le revenu grâce à diverses manœuvres (légales ou non), je peux vous assurer que plusieurs en paient, et une claque à part ça!
It is not only fair to compensate airlines for policy mandates, it is critical for the health and well-being of Canadian society.
In anticipation of the 2021-2022 federal budget, the New Democratic Party of Canada is proposing a tax on large fortunes.
Report (in French) with Miguel Ouellette, Director of Operations and Economist at the MEI, about the importance of returning to a balanced budget as soon as possible by controlling expenditures. Broadcast on February 4, 2021, on Noovo’s NVL.
To achieve a balanced budget, controlling spending will be key. Increasing the tax burden could slow down economic growth.