View Full Version : Liberals break promise to close CEO tax loopholes after being lobbied by Bay Street documents show.

08-23-2017, 07:23 PM
The article is very long and will be hard to C&P because of formatting issues.

During the campaign of 2015, the Liberals promised to close $750 million tax loophole being use by CEO's to make sure they "paid their fair share"

Six months after taking office, the Liberals broke their promise after, as new documents show, they were lobbied hard by Bay Street types to do so.

Now, to pay for their deficits, debt and mismanagement the Liberals are going after small businesses. Their new proposed federal taxation changes will target small business owners across our country: plumbers, electricians, contractors, farmers, online business owners, ma-and-pa shop owners, corner store owners, franchise owners, accountants, doctors, etc. etc. EVERY single small business in Canada with less than 100 employees WILL be targeted

https://www.pressprogress.ca/bay_street_pressured_liberals_to_break_promise_to_ close_ceo_tax_loophole_documents_show

08-23-2017, 07:41 PM
Helping the middle class, eh Turdo?

08-23-2017, 08:27 PM
He's such a lieing wishy washy useless lump of $#!+.

He wouldn't even make a lousy doorstop.

08-24-2017, 05:17 AM
I have an acquintance who is a progressive, albeit able to hold civil discourse, who is already very pissed at them for the small business tax as it will affect farms (big here) and doctors (shortage here). She blasted the Libs on FB over that. Now this, this is icing on the cake! Posted to FB of course.

08-24-2017, 07:29 AM
A loophole is what people who pay little or no tax call a rule that major taxpayer uses to keep some of the wreath they generate for themselves and their family.

See also: Envy