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MNP Presents Feedback on Tax Measures to Federal House of Commons

May 07, 2019

MNP Presents Feedback on Tax Measures to Federal House of Commons

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On May 7, 2019, Am Lidder, Senior Vice President of Tax Services, and Kim Drever, Regional Tax Leader, Peace Region, offered feedback on tax measures

MNP has been serving small- to mid-sized businesses in Canada as a trusted accounting, consulting and tax firm for more than 60 years and is proud to support measures that increase Canada’s competitiveness and affordability.

On May 7, 2019, Am Lidder, Senior Vice President of Tax Services, and Kim Drever, Regional Tax Leader, Peace Region, offered feedback on tax measures presented as part of Bill C-97 and Budget 2019 to the federal House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance.

Striving Towards a Canadian Advantage – Steps Toward Competitiveness and Affordability outlined concerns about the bill and presented tangible, targeted recommendations.

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Am and Kim’s presentation to the House of Commons follows MNP’s 10-Point Action Plan for Competitiveness and Growth, presented in September 2018.

Contact:

Am Lidder, Senior Vice President, Tax, at 604.536.7614 or [email protected]

Kim Drever, Regional Tax Leader, Peace Region, at 780.831.1700 or [email protected]

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