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Weekly tax highlights - September 22, 2011

September 22, 2011

Our recommendations for Federal Budget 2012 to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance

Budget 2012 will provide the Government of Canada with an opportunity to continue its commitment to economic prosperity for Canadians. Canada has weathered a challenging global economic cycle more successfully than most countries around the world, as a result of strong fiscal leadership by Government. It is now time to look forward to the future and plan for greater growth and opportunity in the face of further global economic uncertainty as evidenced by the recent sovereign debt crises in Europe and the United States. Read more in Recommended tax measures to enhance economic prosperity for Canadians, Deloitte’s pre-budget 2012 submission to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance.

Deloitte’s World Tax Advisor

The latest issue of Deloitte’s World Tax Advisor provides information on tax developments from around the world, including among others, developments in Singapore’s taxation of Islamic financing arrangements, 2011 budget proposals from Barbados, changes enacted to strengthen Costa Rica’s tax administration and the approval by the Organisation for Economic co-operation & Development Committee on Fiscal Affairs of neutrality guidelines on rules relating to global value added tax / goods and services tax systems on June 28, 2011.

 

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