Tax sources available to provide insight across industries and regions
TORONTO, June 2, 2011 /CNW/ - With Finance Minister Jim Flaherty saying
he still worries the world could slip back into recession, all eyes
will focus on the Conservative majority's first federal budget next
Monday, June 6.
The government says the budget will be similar to the version issued in
March, but no one knows for sure how the plan will be tweaked or
What are the budget's implications for small businesses? How will
corporate tax cuts affect companies, and the wider economy? Ernst &
Young's seasoned tax professionals are available to revisit the budget,
and explain what it means for Canadian businesses and taxpayers. They
can also break the budget down by industry and region.
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