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Budget 2019 : Positionnement en vue des élections d'automne
Les taux marginaux d'imposition les plus élevés du Canada étant décrits par certains analystes comme étant « punitivement élevés » et l'économie canadienne glissant vers un taux de croissance annualisé de seulement ...
Canada
21 Mar 2019
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Budget 2019: Positioning For A Fall Election
With Canada's top marginal tax rates described by some analysts as "punitively high," and with the Canadian economy sliding to an annualized rate of growth of only 0.4 per cent in the fourth quarter, many were hoping for tax reductions in Budget 2019 that would help make Canada more competitive.
Canada
21 Mar 2019
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Budget 2018: Sensible Measures
From a tax perspective, the headline news is that Budget 2018 completes the Government of Canada's general retreat from the astounding July Proposals to address passive investment income in private corporations.
Canada
28 Feb 2018
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Le Budget 2017 : Pas De Grands Changements Dans Un Budget Attentiste
Malgré le déficit qui ne cesse d'augmenter, le budget 2017 ne contient aucune augmentation de taxe générale ou autres mesures qui pourraient changer la donne, lesquelles mesures...
Canada
23 Mar 2017
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Budget 2017: No Game-Changers In Holding-Pattern Budget
Despite rising deficits, Budget 2017 does not propose any general tax increases or other game-changing measures that were the subject of much speculation in recent weeks.
Canada
23 Mar 2017
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The Federal Court Of Appeal Clarifies The De Facto Control Test
Control is a concept that is relevant for a number of income tax rules. There are two types of control: de jure and de facto control.
Canada
20 Jun 2016
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Federal Budget 2016 — Incremental, Not Fundamental Tax Changes
On March 22, 2016 the Minister of Finance tabled Budget 2016, the first budget of the current government's mandate.
Canada
23 Mar 2016
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Interest Deductibility: Recent Developments
The Canadian tax regime generally allows for the deductibility of interest on borrowed money or indebtedness incurred for the purposes of earning income from a business or property.
Canada
3 Jul 2015
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