The Resource J.L. Ilsley and the transition to the post-war tax system : 1943-1946

J.L. Ilsley and the transition to the post-war tax system : 1943-1946

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J.L. Ilsley and the transition to the post-war tax system : 1943-1946
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J.L. Ilsley and the transition to the post-war tax system : 1943-1946
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eng
Summary
By 1943, the Canadian government had turned its attention from financing the war effort to planning and financing post-war reconstruction, including the possible adoption of several major social welfare programs. This involved continuation of the wartime reliance on the expanded personal and corporation income taxes and making new arrangements with the provinces for the continuance or modification of the tax rental agreements reached in 1941. As minister of finance, J.L. Ilsley had primary responsibility for and led this effort. While the government's proposals met only partial acceptance at the extended 1945-46 Dominion-Provincial Conference, the transformation of the Canadian tax system effected by 1943 remained substantially intact
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In: Canadian tax journal = Revue fiscale canadienne. - Toronto. - Vol. 63 (2015),
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Campbell, C
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North America
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English
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  • defence tax
  • tax system
  • tax policy
  • federal tax
  • provincial tax
  • history of taxation
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J.L. Ilsley and the transition to the post-war tax system : 1943-1946
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J.L. Ilsley and the transition to the post-war tax system : 1943-1946
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