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From: Sand_Grain8-Sep 14:14 
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 1838.1 

Anyone seen a wealthy small business owners with unfair advantages? If they were wealthy they would not be small - who made this idiot a politicians with financial merits? 

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PM willing to improve small biz tax plan but won't abandon in face of backlash

The backlash has been growing since mid-July, when Finance Minister Bill Morneau released a controversial, three-pronged plan to end tax provisions used by a growing number of small businesses, creating what he called an "unfair playing field."

Justin Trudeau insisted Wednesday that his government won't back down on a controversial plan to end tax provisions that it says give some wealthy small business owners an unfair advantage.

The prime minister delivered that message as he kicked off a Liberal caucus retreat, pre-empting backbenchers who'd come poised to press for changes to the tax plan after being inundated with complaints over the summer.


PM willing to improve small biz tax plan but won't abandon in face of backlash

The Canadian Press Thu, Sep 7 9:00 AM GMT-4 

https://ca.yahoo.com/news/pm-willing-improve-small-biz-182228085.html

 
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From: Sand_Grain8-Sep 15:51 
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 1838.2 in reply to 1838.1 

I live in the West-Island in the suburbs of Montreal, in the morning my water stinks and it's brownish.

I called the city every week, they told me ''go buy water at the supermarket''...

 I pay $3.500 property taxes every year, and this is what they give me!?

 

 

 

 
From: Bike (URALTOURIST1) DelphiPlus Member Icon9-Sep 22:44 
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 1838.3 in reply to 1838.1 

USA SLANT:

SMALL in the USA is relative to GM and Ford, not to the average tiny businessman or private striver.

You can have 1,500 employees and still be small under Federal rules.

Check out Forbes.com and more.

https://www.sba.gov/contracting/getting-started-contractor/make-sure-you-meet-sba-size-standards/table-small-business-size-standards

https://smallbiztrends.com/2013/06/definition-of-a-small-business.html

The Small Business Administration (SBA), for example, holds that a small business has fewer than 500 employees, but there are exceptions—around 1,200 of them. The SBA’s table of size standards assigns different definitions of a small business to every industry. A few of these differences include:

  • Manufacturing: a “small” beet sugar or cane sugar plant can have up to 750 employees, while soybean processing and breakfast cereal manufacturing have up to 1,000.
  • A small petroleum refinery is defined as having up to 1,500 employees.
  • Property and casualty insurance carriers are small when they have less than 1,500 employees.
  • An information technology value-added reseller is only a small business with up to 150 employees.
  • Some definitions are given by revenue: A small sheep or goat farm has revenues up to $750,000, while a small job corps center makes up to $35.5 million.
 

Warren
 
USCG Engineer 1961-1982
 
 
  • Edited 09 September 2017 22:46  by  Bike (URALTOURIST1)
 

 
From: CaroWee10-Sep 0:24 
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 1838.4 in reply to 1838.1 


''Ginette Petitpas Taylor, the new health minister, said she intends to meet soon with CMA president Gigi Osler to discuss her concerns. Despite the firestorm around the proposed tax changes, the Liberal government is riding high in the polls and the economy is rebounding. Backbenchers report their constituents are relatively satisfied with the government's performance as it approaches the mid-point of its four-year mandate.But Trudeau urged Liberal MPs not to spend time patting themselves on the back over the government's accomplishments so far, warning that there's plenty of heavy lifting ahead.''

worried
I'll trade my small business deductions for Trudeau retired pension.

Let's make the system fair!

 

 

 
From: Whatzup? (Bushenron)10-Sep 14:26 
To: Sand_Grain unread  (5 of 13) 
 1838.5 in reply to 1838.1 

Watch out for your wallet, the only reason they are up-there is because of the money, they don't give a shiiity about people!!!!

 

 

 

 
From: Dragoku (Drac00la)11-Sep 11:09 
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 1838.6 in reply to 1838.1 

Anything the government can grab on - will be laid into the Trojan Horse...

The Trojan Horse is a tale from the Trojan War about the subterfuge that the Greeks used to enter the city of Troy and win the war. In the canonical version, after a fruitless 10-year siege, the Greeks constructed a huge wooden horse, and hid a select force of men inside.

 

 

 

 

 
From: Cap_Crunch12-Sep 8:38 
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 1838.7 in reply to 1838.1 

The socialist naive worm, bug

Trudeau got to pull everyone's money more than we could ever believe now, he need it for the newcombers!

 

 

 

 
From: Miyuko12-Sep 23:40 
To: Sand_Grain unread  (8 of 13) 
 1838.8 in reply to 1838.1 

How much of that money will directly go to Omar Khadr?  eyes

I don't trust this guy, whatever he does - it's flawed and it has an scheming agenda behind it.

 

 

 

 
From: Miyuko12-Sep 23:43 
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 1838.9 in reply to 1838.2 
Sand_Grain said...

 

I live in the West-Island in the suburbs of Montreal, in the morning my water stinks and it's brownish.

I called the city every week, they told me ''go buy water at the supermarket''...

 I pay $3.500 property taxes every year, and this is what they give me!?

 

 

 

Take a jar with that brown and stinking water to city hall and ask the mayor to drink it in front of you!

sweat_drops

 

 

 

 

 
From: fabul0us13-Sep 11:41 
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 1838.10 in reply to 1838.1 

The socialist commissionaire always start by crushing the small business before going to the big ones!

 

 

 

 
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