The excessively low interest rates that currently prevail mean that the amount needed to service the debt may soon increase substantially.
Il est possible pour le gouvernement de sortir de ce cercle vicieux, mais cela nécessitera de la discipline et des cibles très claires.
On Monday April 19, the federal government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau presented its first budget in over two years. In this publication, Montreal Economic Institute researchers shine a spotlight on the rapid growth of debt service charges.
Those looking for a sign that the winds have indeed changed in the United States could do worse than that country’s proposal for a global minimum corporate tax rate of 21%.
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!