The Macdonald-Laurier Institute today released a Commentary on the hot topic of corporate income tax (CIT). This latest MLI publication, Corporate Income Tax: Stay the Course, provides a timely primer for politicians of all stripes as Budget 2011 is readied for release.

Author and MLI Fellow Jason Clemens provides pointed advice to Finance Minister Jim Flaherty and Opposition MPs, "There is never a good time to undo good tax policy. But one of the worst times would be when an economy is just emerging from recession. That's why the Conservatives should stay the course set for them by the Liberals and ignore well-meaning policy suggestions built on faulty assumptions."

Read the Commentary here...


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  • Phil

    says on:
    February 22, 2011 at 9:11 pm

    Well when you include road accidents ,where there is loss of life, and classify them as VIOLENT OFENDERS
    (IN THE SAME CATEGORY AS PICTON,BERNANDO AND HOMOLKA)

    ... LOGIC IS REPLACED BY STATS...

  • Phil

    says on:
    February 22, 2011 at 9:33 pm

    WELL ONE ONLY NEEDS TO LOOK AT THE CORP.TAX IN IRELAND

    STILL STANDING AT 15% .THE LOWEST RATE IN THE EU.

    AND ANALYZE THE ADVANTAGES AND BENEFITS FOR THE PEOPLE