The Canadian HST Tax Repeal Reform Proposal

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An Explanation and Analysis of the Canadian HST Tax Repeal Reform Proposal
Introduction: Explanation of HST Tax Repeal Reform Proposal
Canadian tax policy has experienced a shift, along with a shift in tax policy seen in the United States and Europe as well as many of the developed countries, that tax revenues are often better collected by governments when citizens are taxed based on patterns of consumption of goods and services, rather than based on income levels (Kesselman 2). The consumption taxes are based on consumption of both goods and services and more accurately represent consumption patterns, which, according to experts is the true essence of what a value-added tax (VAT) should be. The reason is that the consumer perceives there...
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