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CPA Canada participated in the annual pre-budget consultations led by the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance. We submitted a brief to the committee with recommendations for the 2016 federal budget.
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CPA Canada recognizes that in recent months, global economic conditions have deteriorated and, as a result, Canada and other countries face significant challenges. While balancing the budget is always preferable to running a deficit, it is understandable for the federal government to consider short-term stimulus solutions to help grow the economy, especially during times of lingering economic uncertainty and fragility. However, the government’s agenda for economic growth must go hand-in-hand with a fiscal plan that is both prudent and responsible.
For our economy and Canadians to truly prosper, there are key measures that can be taken in addition to stimulus solutions to spark business, improve productivity, and create jobs and economic growth.
With this in mind, our pre-budget submission focused on three main themes:
There has not been a thorough review of Canada’s tax system since the Royal Commission on Taxation in the 1960s. Tax reform is needed to:
Canada’s prosperity is closely linked to creating jobs, growing trade opportunities and expanding markets. We are encouraged by the federal government’s trade agenda efforts, but we believe that current labour market challenges — particularly the integration of new Canadians — must be addressed to improve Canada’s international competitiveness and our future.
October 23, 2019
Stay up to date on critical indirect tax issues and network with other indirect tax professionals at Canada’s largest and longest-running indirect tax event.
October 28, 2019
If you’re a senior financial professional in the public sector or work for a not-for-profit that follows PSAB standards, this annual event in the nation’s capital is the place to be.
November 7, 2019
Join CPA Canada’s Financial Literacy Program in Ottawa, our nation’s capital, as we look at the trends changing the economic landscape and how they will affect how Canadians manage their money.