We are dealing with more than the struggling family farmer or Mom-and-Pop convenience store owner
Liberal finance committee chair Wayne Easter is defending wealthy individuals and big companies who are getting away with blatant tax avoidance -- or advising others how to do so.
Tax advisers around the world are touting shell companies in Canada to help mask a client's assets and business dealings.
Canada's Revenue Minister promised to use the leaked documents to launch audits and go after possible tax cheats. So, has anything changed?
Are small business tax cuts really the best way to help small business and the Canadian economy? The short answer is no.
Despite the Harper government's claims, it's clear that the Tax-Free Savings Account carries far higher risks than rewards -- for individual Canadians as well as for the economy as a whole.
Canada is not immune to sophisticated, multi-billion-dollar global schemes that involve money laundering and hidden assets.
there’s been a fair bit of reporting and editorializing commending the G20 for “tackling tax avoidance” by adopting “automatic information exchange” as a global standard, but there's much more to do.