Deficit free by 2018? Ernst & Young offers Ontario budget tax insight

TORONTO, March 25 /CNW/ - Later today, Ontario's finance minister is set to outline a seven-year plan to eliminate the province's deficit.

With no immediate plans to raise taxes or freeze spending, what will it take to balance the books? How will short-term relief impact Ontarians next year and beyond? Ernst & Young's professionals can explain what the budget means from a tax perspective, and how it will affect people and businesses province wide.

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