Tax experts square off on income splitting

In conversation with Jack Mintz and Rhys Kesselman

Two of Canada’s leading tax experts squared off at the Manning Networking Conference over the Harper government’s move to allow couples to split their incomes for tax purposes.

Jack Mintz of the University of Calgary’s School of Public Policy spoke with Nick Taylor-Vaisey in support of the controversial new federal policy:

Rhys Kesselman, of Simon Fraser University’s School of Public Policy, talked with John Geddes about why he opposes income splitting:

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