From Fraser Institute <[email protected]>
Subject Lifetime tax burden for Canadians from federal debt
Date September 11, 2021 5:00 PM
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Young Canadians will pay additional $19,880 in income taxes to pay for federal debt accumulation; those over 65 face extra $1,524 in taxes
Lifetime Tax Burden for Canadians from Federal Debt Accumulation finds that Canadians aged 16 to 35 will pay an additional $205.1 billion in personal income taxes (or 61.7 per cent of the total burden imposed on all age groups) over their lifetimes due to additional federal debt accumulation.
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