I don't like penalizing people for being successful, but we live in a welfare state - and the top 1% can be taxed with minimal effect.
A new bank would do nothing.
I would leave corporate taxes alone.
So Trudeau's plan does less damage then...
Compared to Mulcair, for sure.
But you've probably figured out, I'm not a big fan of socialism...
give or take - you
don't have to pay tax on 50 per cent of income received from cashing in company stock that they have received as part of their compensation. It is not uncommon for payouts to be in the millions of dollars.
So would Mulcair's plan to close the "loophole" bring in a lot of revenue? What's the downside?
The tax system will always find loopholes.
Close one, new ones open.
A good CA can do anything.
Clarification: Chartered Accountant
Here's the bottom line, very wealthy people have access to benefits that others do not.
Sounds like Mr. Mostacci is a socialist.
People should ask themselves - should economic and financial success be penalized?
It's popular to go after the wealthy, but why do people want to punish the people who do the hiring?
Do you really want to tax the banks excessively?
Impact of increased immigration on the economy? Boon or potential destabilizer?
How can we make sure there are jobs and opportunities for new Canadians when unemployment and underemployment is already so prevalent?
Listen, before we continue, let's remember two Facts about the macroeconomy. 1. it's like the male anatomy, what goes up must come down. you'll never change that. 2. something has to give - you can do whatever you like to whatever variable you want, but something has to adjust in the long run. the economy does push towards equilibrium.
you cannot ensure anything
That last comment is a classic. Love the analogy.
Home construction grants... good idea? I thought we were in a housing bubble?
nope, not a bubble. not after decades of inflated house prices.
bubbles are short run phenomenon
home construction grants are a good idea
who the hell is going to pay for this child care program?
my nanny costs me $2200/month
it stimulates inflation in house prices
but foreign investment is encouraged on many levels
Half an hour in, who do you think is #Winning so far?
and it's hard to say, no, sorry, not on homes
nobody is running away with this
i actually think harper is doing well
who on god's green earth is going to subsidize this horrible idea?