Title: Income splitting in Canada : inequality by design.

Collection: Alberta

Author(s): Macdonald, David

Corporate Author: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives

Subject: Family – finances | Seniors – income support | Seniors – programs, services Publisher: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives

Place of Publication: Ottawa

Date of Publication: 2013

Abstract: This study examines the cost and the distributional impact of three income splitting scenarios: pension income splitting; income splitting for families with children under 18, as the Conservatives have pledged; and income splitting for all families. The study finds that the impact of income splitting in all scenarios is very unequal and the lost revenue for Canadian governments would be substantial.[Taken from publisher’s website]

Language: English

Physical Description: 25 p.

Web Site: https://www.policyaltern…income-splitting-canada

Material Type: Report


F. SOCIAL ISSUES/F.05 INCOME/Income_Splitting_in_Canada.pdf

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