More than 50,000 Canadians will be on the job by next summer, and they’re getting paid for it.
It’s the third time in three years that Canada’s government has given companies a reward for the jobs they create, and one that’s expected to create more than $2 billion in revenue for the federal government.
The job creation program is a $3.6-billion tax cut and job-creating tax break, designed to make the economy stronger by creating more high-paying jobs.
The tax break is designed to help businesses with capital investment and hiring.
But it’s also a way for government to reward employers for the hard work of their employees, with a special levy.
The government has been giving companies the ability to deduct 50 per cent of their costs from the tax rate, which is roughly $3,500 for a single employee.
This means a business that has a minimum of $150,000 in sales can deduct up to $1,000.
For a bigger company, that could bring in $5,000 a year.
But for small businesses, the maximum deduction is $100.
If you’ve got a large business, that would bring in a total of $100,000, and that could amount to a $30,000 tax cut.
But if your business is smaller than $150k, or $100k for an individual, the deductions for your business are limited.
That means a $100 deduction would bring the amount of your tax refund down to $200.
For that to happen, the company needs to have a minimum amount of sales in the year, or between $150 and $250,000.
“The idea is to give small businesses the incentive to be competitive, and to be more productive.
I don’t think this is going to have any negative impact on the economy, says John Hargrave, a Toronto-based economist with the Fraser Institute.”
I don’t know how effective this program will be at creating jobs, because I think the incentives are there,” he says.
Hargire also worries that it will be a “political” gesture, since businesses are likely to be reluctant to accept the tax breaks.
The tax breaks have been a huge hit for business, especially those in rural areas where they’re hard to reach.
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) has called them the “most popular tax break of all time” and “one of the best in Canada,” with nearly 20,000 businesses receiving a rebate.
And there are no jobs,” Finance Minister Joe Oliver told reporters in March. “
It’s about creating economic growth and jobs for Canadians.
And there are no jobs,” Finance Minister Joe Oliver told reporters in March.
The government says that the program is intended to reward businesses that create jobs and grow the economy.
Hargrave says he thinks the incentives have the potential to be effective.
But he’s not so sure.
He thinks the program needs to be tested in the real world, to see if it’s really making Canada more competitive.
“If you can’t show that the incentives actually help your company, then you have to have something that you can show that it does actually help the economy,” he explains.
“And I think we have no evidence that it’s doing that.”
The tax break may have created jobs in the past, but that’s not enough to justify the extra tax it would create, he says, pointing to the fact that businesses have already been forced to make significant cuts, such as hiring more people and laying off staff.
Harned says he hopes the government will do more to encourage the creation of jobs in this area, so small businesses don’t have to go broke, or lose their jobs to the tax break.
“When you have so many small businesses in rural communities and the government doesn’t want them to lose their businesses, I think it’s a real problem.
I think that’s where we need to get more support,” he adds.