#Taxshelter tweets

The proposed tax changes have farmers, doctors and other incorporated small business owners now taking to twitter to voice their concerns using the hashtag #taxshelter.

 

In an op-ed published in The Globe & Mail, Finance Minister Bill Morneau attempted to explain why the government believes taking this action is necessary.

 

The proposed changes first announced in mid-July are now subject to a 75-day consultation period, which closes October 2nd. The Canadian Federation of Agriculture is now calling for farmers who could be affected by the tax proposed to contact their member of parliament.

 

Above you will see a selction of tweets from farmers tweeting from their “#taxshelter.”

 

 

 

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Tuesday, September 12, 2017

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    Louis Damm (not verified)

    This new scheme to take away any incentive away from starting a business is proof that our federal government is more ignorant and niave about business then any one could ever imagine. Business is about risk and reward....with emphasis on risk and sacrifice. The business owner is being attacked by both the provincial and federal government. We as a family business have made the decision to stop all hiring and capital investment in our HARD earned and not very easy business. We fully intend to pull back as a result of electrical costs, minimum wage, and now this new tax attack on the base that creates the jobs. The Liberals are completely whacked!!!

    Sep 19, 2017

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