With growing demands that governments must increase taxes on the rich, there's a strong possibility that some participants at the upcoming G20 finance ministers meeting in Washington will take aim at the banks with renewed calls for new taxes. Yet Canada already has a bank tax in place.
Director, Centre for Financial Policy, Fraser Institute
Neil Mohindra is the Director of the Centre for Financial Policy Studies at the Fraser Institute. <br> <br> Mr. Mohindra has worked in various roles in financial sector regulatory policy at the federal and provincial levels of government. Mr. Mohindra has also worked for the Insurance Bureau of Canada as a Senior Policy Analyst and led the development of industry positions on a number of issues key to the property and casualty insurance industry. <br> <br> Mr. Mohindra previously worked at the Fraser Institute where he authored a number of papers, articles, and opinion pieces on securities regulation.
What's been missing in the debate is an examination of how expanding Canada Pension Plan contributions and benefits could actually hinder its ability to fund retirement. Here's why.
05/26/2011 08:14 EDT
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