Families earning more than $233,000 will gain most from Conservatives’ income splitting plan, says new report
By Tim NaumetzJan. 27, 2015
'For low-income families with children, the probability of making even $1 is very low with only one in 10 getting that much,' says CCPA report.
PARLIAMENT HILL—Families with income more than $233,000 a year stand to gain most under the Conservative government’s controversial income-splitting tax break, a new study of the costly program has found.
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