Harmonized sales tax a taxing issue for MDs in Atlantic Canada

Robb, Nancy
November 1997
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;11/15/97, Vol. 157 Issue 10, p1411
Academic Journal
Considers the attention being paid to the harmonized sales tax (HST) by medical associations on the East Coast of Canada. The complaints of physicians about the HST; The expected increase to physicians' overhead; The inequities created by the HST within the medical community; Comments of Dr. Karl Misik.


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