Parliament will reconvene on December 3. While the priority focus will be on marginal tax rates for the middle class and those making more than $200,000, it's worth paying attention to a proposal that was a key promise from the Liberals: rolling back TFSA contribution limits from $10,000 to $5,500.
This is the face of Donald Sterling. And those are the brothers Koch, Charles and David, who spend most of their money trying to help others with no thought of benefit for themselves. These three men belong to one of America's fastest growing disadvantaged groups: billionaires.
Economists at some of Canada’s big banks are upgrading the country’s economic forecast in the wake of the Liberal Party’s
Plan will be expensive and will cut jobs, but won't do anything for poor families, finds Parliamentary Budget Officer
A coalition of low-tax advocacy groups recently put out a report analyzing what high income taxes on hockey players mean
There's a lot of speculation that the Ottawa Senators and Toronto Maple Leafs will be active this free agent season. Both teams failed to make the playoffs last year and will likely pursue new players to get them back into contention. But taxes can be a roadblock to attracting new talent.
Tax Freedom Day for the average Canadian family fell on June 9 this year, one day later than last, as Canadians saw broad
There is evidence that physicians shift their time to the private system resulting in fewer publicly funded services. And there is evidence that the cases left in the public system are most complicated and costly. But there is little evidence that wait times in the public system go down.
Some of Canada's biggest companies pay virtually no taxes, according to an investigation from Canadian Business magazine
Because of how taxes and government aid are structured, low-income Canadians lose the most money when they move up the earnings