income tax rates

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Trudeau government should learn from Chrétien-era tax relief

Canada's economy is expected to grow by a tepid 1.6 per cent in 2020.


3:52PM
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B.C. Budget adds debt while making the province less competitive

The province’s top marginal PIT rate will increase from 16.8 per cent to 20.5 per cent.


11:44AM
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Trudeau tax relief plan—funded by borrowed money—will do little for economic growth

The government’s plan to increase the “basic personal amount” will cost nearly $7 billion annually.


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Focus on economic growth—not redistribution through tax hikes on the rich

In Canada, 36.1 per cent of people in the top decile in 2017 were not in the top decile five years earlier.


8:41AM
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Federal tax rate hikes may actually reduce revenues
Some taxpayers change their behaviour when tax rates increase.

10:42AM
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Aussie tax cuts further erode Canadian competitiveness

The Trudeau government raised the top income tax rate from 29 per cent to 33 per cent.


9:21AM
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Alberta should learn from folly of federal tax increase

Ottawa increased the income tax rate for “top earners" from 29 per cent to 33 per cent.


2:42PM
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Western provinces face tax disadvantage compared to U.S. peers

The federal government's income tax hikes took effect in 2016.


9:13AM
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Ontario can spur entrepreneurship by cutting personal income taxes

An estimated 2,158 new businesses will not startup in the province due to the higher tax rate.