Roberts Nash Advisory Group

Tax and Other Changes January 1, 2017

CBC News Posted Dec 31, 2016

There were plenty of changes in 2016 as the Trudeau government put its priorities in motion.  When Canadians file their taxes this spring, they'll calculate how new tax rates and child benefits worked out for their household.

But the changes don't stop there. The start of 2017 brings a bunch more

Here's some of what to expect.

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