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Many of you have asked for details on the proposed elimination of certain tax measures by the Liberal Government and Finance Minister Bill Morneau.
Many average Canadians have used incorporation as a management tool for decades. However, Justin Trudeau, who has lived off a family trust, put a bullseye on small companies in the 2015 election when he said that they were just a way for Canadians to avoid paying taxes. Since then, it has been clear that the Liberals are deliberately targeting small companies in order to try to deal with their own out of control deficit spending.
This is a very serious issue which will affect all Canadians. It is frustrating that in his latest pronouncements about these changes, Justin Trudeau has either deliberately lied to Canadians or he does not even understand his own proposal.
I am very concerned because the Liberals’ proposed tax changes regarding small companies will:
In addition to these impacts, we know that previous Liberal tax hikes (higher small business tax rates, increased payroll taxes and a new carbon tax) are making it increasingly difficult for entrepreneurs to maintain and grow their businesses. Now, the Liberals have suggested major changes to family corporations. Those changes will include:
The core of the Conservative vision is to create prosperity and opportunity through lower taxes for businesses, families and individuals. Our government created a low tax, competitive business environment to drive investment and create hundreds of thousands of private sector jobs.
The Liberals are reversing those tax cuts and this latest attack on small companies is just another Liberal tax grab designed to make Canadians pay for the government’s out-of-control spending habits and legacy of deficits.
I need you to send your concerns to the Hon. Bill Morneau, Minister of Finance at: Bill.Morneau@canada.ca and to contact Justin Trudeau at PM@pm.gc.ca and Ralph Goodale, MP at Ralph.Goodale@parl.gc.ca.
Please let Trudeau know that these changes are unacceptable by participating in the government’s 75-day public consultation which ends on October 2nd: http://www.fin.gc.ca/activty/consult/tppc-pfsp-eng.asp.