Tax Planning Using Private Corporations
Invitation for Comments
Closing date: October 2, 2017
As committed in Budget 2017, this paper provides details about tax planning strategies involving the use of private corporations and sets out proposed policy responses to close loopholes and bring greater fairness to the tax system. Stakeholders—including the affected business communities, provincial and territorial governments, tax advisors, commentators and other Canadians concerned about the fairness of Canada's income tax system—are encouraged to share their views and ideas about the proposals to address the tax planning strategies discussed in this paper.
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