Jul 20, 2019

Income splitting: so divisive it's splitting the Tories | Institut Broadbent

Discouraging women from working outside the home is surely not an appropriate goal for tax policy. But that may just be the motivation behind the Harper government's plan to introduce "income splitting" for families — an expensive tax gift to traditional families with one breadwinner and a stay at home spouse. The gift is already proving costly to Conservative party unity. The Harper government's...

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