It's time to get tough on tax cheats
When profitable corporations and wealthy individuals avoid taxes, it hurts those who work hard and play by the rules. That’s why Murray Rankin has introduced a new bill that would crack down on tax cheating by denying tax breaks to empty “avoidance transactions” that lack real economic value.
Canadians for Tax Fairness projects that Murray's bill could recover $400 million each year to provide better public services for all Canadians.
Add your name to support Murray's bill. Let's tell the government to get tough on profitable corporations and wealthy individuals who game the tax system at everyone else's expense.
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