Analysis of what it means for Canadians, businesses across industries
TORONTO, April 7, 2015 /CNW/ - With a dramatic drop in oil prices and a challenging economic landscape, the federal government stands by its promise to deliver a balanced budget this year. The budget is expected to include tax cuts and increases in benefits to maintain the focus on jobs, growth, and long-term prosperity. In the context of the larger economic landscape, how will Canadian businesses and tax payers be affected?
EY's seasoned tax professionals are available to offer insight across industries and regions on Budget Day and over the days following. Possible topics for discussion include:
- Impact on the energy and manufacturing industries
- Support for Canadian businesses and international competitiveness
- Impact on private companies and entrepreneurs
- Tax relief for individuals and families
- GST/HST implications for businesses of all sizes, and individuals
- Combating international tax evasion and aggressive tax avoidance
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