OTTAWA, July 21, 2017 /CNW/ - The Canadian Medical Association (CMA) and its 85,000 physician members are closely examiningtax changes proposed by the federal Department of Finance. Self-employed professionals are at risk when governments change the tax rules without comprehensive measures to alleviate the impact.
The vast majority of physicians in Canada
Given the importance of the proposed reforms to physicians whose practice is structured as a private corporation, the CMA is working with taxation experts to review and assess in detail the consultation document issued by the Department of Finance.
The CMA will present a comprehensive brief to the federal government outlining the serious and unfair implications of the changes. This brief will also underscore the importance of tax planning for independent professionals, such as physicians.
Dr. Granger Avery, CMA President
The Canadian Medical Association unites 85,000 physicians on national health and medical matters. Formed in Quebec City in 1867, the CMA's rich history of advocacy led to some of Canada's most important health policy changes. As we look to the future, the CMA will focus on advocating for a healthy population and a vibrant profession.
SOURCE Canadian Medical Association
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