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A major promise from the 2018 election that has not been fulfilled is a pledge to cut income taxes by 20% for the second income-tax bracket

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Clients' concerns range from broad social and fiscal spending to potential tax changes

  • By: Katie Keir
  • September 22, 2021 September 22, 2021
  • 14:40

Here’s what's been proposed for financial institutions, taxes, housing and more

The party pledged to increase the capital gains inclusion rate to 75%

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The proposed top tax rate would revert to 39.6% on couples earning more than $450,000

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The party platform also calls for a new financial sector ombudsperson with binding arbitration power

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Big financial institutions would also have to pay a pandemic recovery dividend

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The corporate tax rate would also go to 18%

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Tax experts argue that aggressive transfers could be penalized under the general anti-avoidance rule

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An NDP proposal from last year calls for an annual tax of 1% on families with fortunes over $20 million