“Our members were pleased to see the Canadian Chamber’s report highlight opportunities to further enhance the successful partnership between the Canada Revenue Agency and the tax preparation and software industry. Ongoing collaboration between industry and our government partners will help ensure that digital tax filing continues to best serve Canadians by fostering innovation, efficiency, and convenience. “Read More
"The PwC annual global CEO survey found that an increasing tax burden is in the top 10 business threats to their organization’s growth prospect. For Canada to remain competitive on the global stage and continue to be an attractive place to do business, the federal government needs to periodically review the corporate taxation system, especially in light of enacted US tax reforms and the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). The Canadian Chamber of Commerce is an important voice in investigating issues and advocating for policies that strengthen our Canadian economy for the benefit of all."Read More
“Canada’s tax system is not delivering for Canadians. Outdated and overly complex, it is hurting the country’s competitiveness, business growth and innovation, and it is costing individual Canadians money.
Through research and real case studies from tax professionals, Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada) knows how Canadian businesses and individuals are suffering with our tax system. Tax complexity, for example, makes it difficult for businesses to access research incentives and for lower-income and other vulnerable Canadians to access much-needed income supports through the tax system.
Along with the Canadian Chamber, parliamentary committees, the Advisory Council on Economic Growth, leading think tanks, the OECD and the International Monetary Fund, CPA Canada is calling for a comprehensive tax review. We need a better, simpler, fairer tax system for Canada to grow and prosper.”Read More
“The government should review the tax system to ensure that it remains efficient - raising sufficient revenues to fund public spending without imposing excessive costs on the economy - equitable and supports the competitiveness of the Canadian economy.”Read More
“The committee recommends that the federal government establish a Royal Commission on Taxation to examine Canada’s tax system with the goal of improving the efficiency, simplicity and international competitiveness of the system and that the commission complete its study within the next three years.”Read More
“It is time for a careful rethink of corporate taxation to improve efficiency and preserve Canada’s position in a rapidly changing international tax environment… staff recommends a careful and independent review of the overall Canadian tax system, weighing the pros and cons of incremental versus more radical approaches, and assessing their revenue implications and potential spillovers to other countries.”Read More