This newsletter pulls together highlights of recent progressive tax developments in Canada and around the world
Canadians for Tax Fairness
Canadians for Fair Taxation promotes a progressive tax system, based on ability to pay, to fund the public services and programs required to meet our social, economic and environmental needs.
Two separate reports this week confirm tax dodging is costing the federal government billions in lost revenue.
Another tax deadline has come and gone, but in the remaining days for Canadians to file their taxes, C4TF squeezed in some good discussion about getting government to do the task for us.
Just four of the worst tax loopholes are costing Canada over $24 billion in annual revenues.
We need to confront tax avoidance and biased tax laws that lead to a lack of funding for women’s needs.
The RCMP and the CRA recently shut down a massive international money laundering network across Canadian cities
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, got the media and internet buzzing recently when she said that the U.S. should introduce a tax rate of 70% on incomes of over $10 million to help fund a Green New Deal.
The Senate of Canada unanimously approved a bill that will require the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) to annually publish a list of those convicted of tax evasion.
Canada’s Revenue Agency is more lenient in many ways with international and large businesses and taxpayers with offshore transactions than they are with individual Canadians.
Cameco uses subsidiaries and related companies in known tax-haven countries to lower their taxes in Canada. This often-used strategy by corporations is costing Canadians over $10 billion per year.