Ernst & Young Spokespeople Can Explain the Tax Impact to Businesses and
HALIFAX, March 22 /CNW/ - Rumours have been circulating surrounding
Friday's budget, including a possible $157-million decision on equalization.
Tomorrow's announcement is certain to be interesting for this pre-election
budget. Ernst & Young spokespeople are well-versed in the tax implications of
these changes to taxpayers and businesses alike, and will be available
tomorrow to offer analysis on the Nova Scotia budget being delivered by
Premier Rodney MacDonald.
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