Close Tax Loopholes

Hold firm on closing private corporation tax loophole

Finance Minister Morneau has announced public consultations on his proposal to close tax loopholes that allow wealthy professionals to use private corporations to reduce the taxes they pay.

The predictable push-back from those with the most to lose has started. Don’t let vested interests scuttle this small but important step towards a fairer tax system. Tell him not to back down this time.

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Hold firm on closing tax loopholes

Finance Minister Morneau has called for public consultations on his proposal to close tax loopholes that allow wealthy professionals to use private corporations to reduce the taxes they pay.

The predictable push-back from those with the most to lose has started. Don’t let vested interests scuttle this small but important step towards a fairer tax system. Tell him not to back down this time.

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Demandez au ministre Morneau de maintenir sa position sur l’élimination des échappatoires fiscales

Finance Minister Morneau has called for public consultations on his proposal to close tax loopholes that allow wealthy professionals to use private corporations to reduce the taxes they pay.

The predictable push-back from those with the most to lose has started. Don’t let vested interests scuttle this small but important step towards a fairer tax system.

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PM: Close The Stock Option Loophole!

Here’s your chance to remind Justin Trudeau of his promises to close the stock option tax loophole.  Remind him that failure to keep his word is costing billions. He chose to keep this perk for wealthy CEOs while telling us we can’t afford Pharmacare, a childcare program or many of the other investments that would make Canada stronger.  That’s just not right.

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Tell Ottawa How You Feel About Tax Loopholes!

The Canadian tax system is riddled with loopholes. Getting rid of them is essential to achieving tax fairness and a system that works for all of us. Take a minute to send this email to Ottawa. Tell the Prime Minister, Finance Minister and your MP that you expect them to stand up for tax fairness and that they can start with a good clean sweeping out in the loophole department.

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Déclaration commune de la Coalition canadienne pour une fiscalité équitable

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La Coalition canadienne pour une fiscalité équitable appuie les efforts faits par le gouvernement fédéral pour éliminer les échappatoires fiscales qui permettent à certains riches du Canada de réduire l’impôt qu’ils paient en recourant à des entreprises privées.

Les échappatoires fiscales inéquitables accroissent l’inégalité et compromettent l’intégrité de notre régime fiscal et la capacité du gouvernement de financer l’infrastructure sociale et matériel nécessaire pour assurer la santé et la croissance de l’économie.

Joint Statement by Canadian Coalition for Tax Fairness

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 The Canadian Coalition for Tax Fairness supports the federal government’s efforts to close unfair tax loopholes that allow some wealthy Canadians to reduce their taxes using private corporations.

Unfair tax loopholes exacerbate inequality, undermine the integrity of our tax system and diminish the ability of government to fund the social and physical infrastructure needed to ensure a healthy and growing economy.

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The small but very vocal misinformation campaign threatens to scare the government out of taking this modest, but important step towards building a fairer tax system — which is why we have joined with Lead Now and created an open letter to Minister Morneau to let him know Canadians support the reforms.

Will you take a moment to add your name to this Lead Now open letter? If enough of us sign, it will give Morneau the confidence to keep pushing ahead.

Demandez au ministre Morneau de maintenir sa position sur l’élimination des échappatoires fiscales

Le ministre des Finances, Bill Morneau, a annoncé des consultations publiques sur sa proposition d’éliminer les échappatoires fiscales qui permettent à des particuliers à revenu élevé d’utiliser des sociétés privées pour payer moins d’impôts.

Sans grande surprise, ceux qui ont le plus à perdre commencent à répliquer. Il ne faut surtout pas laisser les intéressés couper court à cette petite, mais ô combien importante, initiative visant à rendre le régime fiscal plus équitable.

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