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David B. Perry

Senior Research Associate

Canadian Tax Foundation

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Canadian Tax Foundation

595 Bay Street Suite 1200

Toronto, Ontario,M5G 2N5

Canada

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Established in 1945, the Canadian Tax Foundation is an independent tax research and education organization. The Foundation provides a forum for discussion and analysis of issues in taxation and government finance through its conferences, publications, and rese... more

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Corporate Taxation Statistics - David B. Perry


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David Perry of the Canadian Tax Foundation said that while lower taxes create "a favourable climate for future expansion," they also reduce the value of tax incentives which are created to encourage growth.
"So it's a double-edged sword in that case," Perry said. He added that corporate taxes account for between 12 and 15 per cent of federal tax revenue, but this is likely to decline as corporate profits shrink and tax cuts come into effect. "The federal government has been enjoying the fruits of corporate labour for quite some time because corporate profits have been reasonably high and the tax system has been tightened up over the last decade," Perry said.


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