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Flaherty Hints At Budget 2013 Priorities

by Mike Godfrey, Tax-News.com, Washington

27 November 2012


Canadian Finance Minister Jim Flaherty's next Budget will build on the government's pro-growth initiatives to create jobs and long-term prosperity while keeping taxes low.

Flaherty hinted at his priorities in a speech to the Toronto Board of Trade. He said that the government's Economic Action Plan has so far delivered tangible results by taking the long-term view in managing the economy, while taking prudent action to address short-term risks.

Flaherty explained that that the government will be seeking views as it prepares for Budget 2013. Consultations will be held across the country and on the Department of Finance website. “We want to hear your views on how we can continue to create jobs and growth, while keeping taxes low and achieve our government’s objective to balance the budget before the end of this parliament,” he stressed.

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