Account of the Cost of Selective Tax Measures. Canada. by Canada. Dept. of Finance.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Account of the cost of selective tax measures. Ottawa, Ont.: Dept. of Finance Canada, © (OCoLC)   Selective Reports Strong Third Quarter Net Income of $ per Diluted Share and Non-GAAP Operating Income(1) of $ per Diluted Share; Dividend Increased 9%, to $ per share.

2 / Measuring Personal Income Tax Complexity in Canada Canada’s tax system would benefit from simplification. The complex­ ity of the tax system (broadly defined) imposes significant costs on Can­ adian families and businesses as they expend considerable resources and time on compliance.

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