Why is Canada’s new $2,000 gold tax so bad for the rich?

Posted by Ars Technic on April 29, 2020 05:11:16What if you could replace your old gold coins with gold?

If you’re a regular reader, you probably know how that works.

It’s an old-fashioned idea that dates back to the late 1800s.

Back then, the US government gave its gold to the Treasury Department as a “mixed metal” tax.

In the US, the government uses a combination of taxation and exchange controls to get gold to a market where people can sell it for gold coins.

But it’s only for a limited time, so the government doesn’t have to worry about selling all its gold.

That means that gold can be exchanged for cash in the US at a lower price, and gold can then be used to buy a bunch of other things, including real estate, cars, homes, and a whole bunch of things.

This is why Canada’s gold tax is so bad.

The gold tax has been a major source of friction between Canada and the US since it was implemented in late 2017.

The Canadian government has argued that its new gold tax only applies to gold coins in circulation, and it’s already taxed in US dollars.

In reality, it applies to all gold coins, regardless of where they’re stored, and even if they’re only worth a fraction of their value.

As a result, it’s not really taxed in Canada.

This means that the Canadian government doesn, in effect, be making the entire country pay for the gold that’s actually being exchanged in the country.

It also means that Canadian companies that have foreign employees in the United States can’t legally claim foreign taxes for their U.S. operations.

It means that even if you’re able to legally sell gold in Canada, you won’t be able to do so if you sell it in the U.K.

The problem for the government of Canada isn’t just the fact that it’s taxing a relatively small percentage of its GDP.

It seems to be targeting a very specific segment of the Canadian population.

The new gold taxes aren’t even really targeting the most wealthy Canadians.

Rather, they’re targeting a group of wealthy people who make up about a third of the population of Canada.

The rich people who would benefit the most from the new gold price controls are the ones who own or have holdings in stocks and other financial assets, or who hold a lot of other gold.

Those rich people, in turn, are the people who have more money in their portfolios.

As I mentioned above, there are lots of people who hold gold in their personal portfolios.

But they’re the people with the most money to pay for it.

The Canadian government’s approach to tax avoidance is one of the most effective tax planning strategies in the world.

It uses the government to help the rich, and the rich people are often the people most likely to take advantage of this strategy.

As economist Robert Wiblin points out in his book, Tax Havens and Tax Avoidance, tax avoidance in the rich world is the most efficient way to avoid taxes, because it involves the avoidance of taxes.

This may sound obvious, but it’s actually not.

Tax avoidance is an effective tax avoidance strategy for those who can afford it, but not for those that don’t.

The real problem is that, despite the fact Canada is taxing a very small portion of its economy, it also subsidizes the rich at the expense of everyone else.

In fact, the richest 20 per cent of Canadians get about half of the country’s total tax revenue.

The poorest 20 per for the other way around.

It makes sense that wealthy Canadians should pay a lot more than poorer Canadians in order to receive a lot less.

But the rich can afford to pay a huge percentage of their income in taxes, while everyone else pays less than they’d expect.

The real problem for Canada is that the rich get a lot better deals than everyone else, but the poor have to pay more than everyone except them.

This means that if the government were truly interested in helping the poor, it could actually be helping them.

But instead, it is giving tax avoidance a huge subsidy that it should be taking away from the rich.

The whole point of a gold tax isn’t to help wealthy Canadians avoid paying taxes, it has nothing to do with helping poor people pay taxes.

The government of the United Kingdom is one example of a country that uses a gold-based tax to help rich people.

It would be even worse if it was taxing the rich more than the poor.

And even if it were, the whole point would be to help everyone else instead of only the rich and wealthy people.

The problem with Canada’s tax system is that it doesn’t even try to help poor people, because the poor don’t need to pay taxes in the first place.

It only wants to help them when they have to.