canadian income tax

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In the current political environment, both in Canada and around the world, sensible “tax” recommendations would likely die on the vine.


8:53AM
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In 2016, the average Canadian family will pay 43 per cent of its income in taxes.

11:03AM
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In Ontario, the top combined federal and provincial personal income tax rate is 53.5 per cent.


10:41AM
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As the Liberals table their first budget today, federal government debt has reached $692 billion.


4:00AM
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On the eve of the new Liberal government’s first federal budget, the key is to get incentives right at home.


2:33PM
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Canada’s top combined personal income tax rates are now among the highest in the industrialized world.


10:31AM
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Name something our governments aren’t already doing. Now name something our governments are doing spectacularly well.


3:46PM
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In last week’s federal Throne Speech, the Liberal government restated its intention to create a new, higher top federal personal income tax rate. This tax hike will hinder Canada’s economic performance, but it is of particular concern in Alberta.


10:26AM
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High and increasing personal income tax rates discourage people from working, saving, investing, and being entrepreneurial—activities that form the basis of a thriving economy.