Saskatchewan Party Leader touts support for small business
Moe in final week of the election says he would boost the economy through job creation and growth, and rules out tax increases or major cuts.
Feds focused on targeted measures over corporate tax cuts: sources
Bill Morneau consulting business, says he hadn’t ruled anything out.
Canada won’t act impulsively in response to US tax cuts: Morneau
Government is conducting careful analysis in connection with US President Donald Trump’s sweeping tax reforms.
Trump’s tax plan billed as ‘largest tax reform’ in US history
Small business owners would see their top tax rate go from 39.6% to 15%.
Tax cut boosts China’s October auto sales
SUVs led the charge, growing by an explosive 60.6% over a year earlier to 622,000 units
Obama rallies support for job training over tax cuts
Tech Hire program encourages business, education, government collaboration to train people for technology jobs.
Prentice says low oil prices punch $7B hole in Alberta budget
Premier reiterates plan to look for in-house savings.
Ottawa should be wary of turning surplus into tax cuts, watchdog says
Parliamentary Budget Officer warns the government risks falling back into deficit once economic growth slows.
Tax cuts? Ottawa must first consider falling oil prices
Falling oil prices could derail the government’s plans to cut taxes and table a balanced budget in 2015, economists say.
Oliver hints tax cuts on the table for fall update
Finance minister says forecasts have remained steady, keeping the government’s plan to balance its budget on track.
Flaherty says deficit years will end with a $3.7B surplus in 2015
The deficit will fall to $5.5 billion in 2014-15, as a revived economy starts producing more tax revenues.
Carney says “fiscal cliff” imminent threat
Potential fallout from political gridlock is a great risk to the domestic economy.
Chinese companies report plunging profits
Impact of abrupt economic slowdown is spreading.
Business subsidies on the block in Drummond report
Tax savings partly to blame for Ontario’s $16B deficit
Corporate tax cuts pay off, but benefits will take time
Corporate tax cuts will pay off in higher investment and more jobs for Canada, but it will take the better part of a decade for all the benefits to kick in, says a report by a leading tax expert.