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CDA @ Work: CDA Submission to the Consultation on Tax Planning Using Private Corporations

On October 2nd, the Canadian Dental Association (CDA) submitted its brief to the Hon. Bill Morneau, Minister of Finance, as part of the consultation on Tax Planning Using Private Corporations.

In the submission, the CDA emphasized that the tax policies that are addressed in the government’s consultation are not “loopholes”, but long-standing tax measures that recognize the risk small business owners take, and their contribution to Canada’s economic and social well-being.

Click here to view the CDA’s submission.

And on September 27, 2017, Dr. Larry Levin, President of the Canadian Dental Association, and Kevin Desjardins, Director of Public Affairs at CDA, presented to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance. The presentation fielded questions that were posed by Members of Parliament on the Committee.  

Dr. Larry Levin’s Presentation to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance (10.01″)

 

One comment

  1. It is unfortunate that the Standing Committee on Finance did not realize that Dr. Levin is a dentist, by repeatedly referring to him as “Mr.”. The MP from B.C. on the Standing Committee asked some good questions of the CDA which were answered well. The Standing Committee clearly does not know what to do with the CDA or dentists in this quickly conceived tax grab.

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