A new CCPA (National) report by Marc Lee and myself argues that Canada’s tax system needs a “fairness” overhaul and presents a framework for progressive tax reform. Those of you who have been following our tax work so far will find this study a great complement to the BC Tax Options Paper. Tax policy is […]
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February 14th, 2013 · Iglika Ivanova · Comments Off on Fairness by design: a framework for tax reform in Canada · Taxes, Transparency & accountability
April 20th, 2010 · Iglika Ivanova · Comments Off on It’s not just about size: what makes up our tax bill matters · Poverty, inequality & welfare, Taxes, Transparency & accountability
The Fraser Institute and the CCPA do not typically see eye to eye, but they seem to agree that personal income taxes take up a relatively small fraction of the average tax bill — about 13 – 14%. According to the Fraser Institute’s recent report on the average Canadian family’s tax bill, the average family […]