Lesson learned?

Veldhuis, Niels; Godin, Keith
July 2008
Fraser Forum;Jul2008, p30
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the transformation of New Brunswick's tax system and its implication to the tax governance in Ontario. The primary goal of the tax system reform is to improve the tax income and the entire economy of the region. The two main objectives behind the New Brunswick's tax reform includes reduction of the tax burden and to change the tax combination to help the region become more attractive place for job opportunities, investments and entrepreneurial activities.


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