Death Tax

Recently a long died and largely unlamented tax has been rediscovered with some new-ish fans who never really repudiated their great love for it. It is the Death Tax, or […]
Published on November 20, 2018

Recently a long died and largely unlamented tax has been rediscovered with some new-ish fans who never really repudiated their great love for it. It is the Death Tax, or Estate Tax, which was abolished in Canada in 1971 by a Liberal government when a capital gains tax was introduced.

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