Private Property Rights

September 25, 2017

Canada Income Taxation Not Theft – Not on Private Property

Summary – Income Taxation Not Theft The article, “Is taxation theft?” is on www.aeon.co. The author argues income taxation is not theft because laws say it is legal. However, he does not address how income taxation clashes with private property rights in common law-based countries, such as Canada. Occam’s Razor […]
September 11, 2017

Letter to Coalition: Tax Fairness Depends on Income Type

  Click here to download a copy of the letter below sent by Registered Mail. It was also mailed to the 33 other Coalition members. Coalition for Small Business Tax Fairness c/o The Canadian Federation of Independent Business Dan Kelly, President and CEO 401-4141 Yonge Street Toronto, ON, M2P2A6 Summary […]
September 4, 2017

Declining Income Sprinkling as Corporation Sole Can Reduce Taxes

Summary – Income Sprinkling Income sprinkling rules for Canada are changing. Those doing income sprinkling (as a corporation sole) will pay more taxes. Complaining about it just lets the Government continue obfuscating the tax laws. This is because declining income sprinkling can lower taxes to zero. Until the Government tells […]
August 14, 2017

Private Persons Income in Canada Income Tax Act

  Private Persons Income – Summary Canada’s Income Tax Act (“ITA”) now recognizes private persons income. A July 2017 amendment states income benefits private persons unless they receive government benefits. Canada Pension Plan (“CPP”) is a government benefit. So is almost everything on CRA T1 forms. This corroborates Apu’s Theory […]
August 9, 2017

Debbie Anderson No Income Source As Tax Evasion Defence

  Summary – Debbie Anderson Tax Evasion Defence Debbie Anderson was charged with tax evasion. Her tax evasion defence analyzes what “income source” means. That term is undefined as “income” and “source” are undefined. Debbie Anderson had no income source. That means her taxable income is zero. However, they do […]