Canadians celebrate Tax Freedom Day on June 14

Palacios, Milagros; Veldhuis, Niels
July 2008
Fraser Forum;Jul2008, p7
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the Tax Freedom Day celebration in Canada on June 14, 2008. The event is established to provide complete understanding of the overall tax policy imposed to the Canadian family. Tax Freedom Day is the specific day of the year where average family has earned enough income to pay taxes imposed by the government. The event includes income taxes, property taxes, social security, and fuel taxes.


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