Sales tax harmonization - what's next?

Ernst & Young answers your questions

TORONTO, Nov. 17 /CNW/ - Finance Minister Dwight Duncan is offering more insight on who will be affected when provincial sales tax is harmonized next July. But what will it all mean for the bottom line?

Geared to improve Ontario's competitiveness, sales tax harmonization is raising questions for businesses and residents alike. Ernst & Young can provide in-depth explanations and help answer your key tax questions:

    
    -   What does this mean for Ontario residents?
    -   How will businesses here be affected?
    -   Which industries feel the most impact?
    -   What benefits could this bring?
    -   What challenges might arise?
    

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