CCSA applauds Canada govt for small business tax reduction

The Canadian Convenience Stores Association (CCSA) is commending the federal government for kicking off Small Business Week by delivering on its election commitment to reduce the small business corporate tax rate to 9%.

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The Canadian Convenience Stores Association () is commending the Canada government for kicking off Small Business Week by delivering on its election commitment to reduce the small business corporate tax rate to 9%. “Today’s announcement by the Trudeau government will make it easier for convenience store owners to operate their businesses and serve their local communities,” said Satinder Chera, President of the . “Equally important, we thank Ministers Morneau and Chagger for listening and acting on feedback from business owners during the consultation period.”

As a member of the Small Business Matters Coalition (SBM), the CCSA has been advocating for a reduction in credit card fees and the small business corporate tax rate, which was noted in recent submission to the Finance Canada consultation. The concerns of convenience retailers and distributors (working with NACDA) around the proposed tax changes were partially addressed in today’s list of measures to support small businesses, said a statement from CCSA.

Rules around lifetime capital gains will remain unchanged, alleviating concerns around the inter-generational transfer of businesses; and providing greater clarity around income sprinkling – this decision will ensure that family-owned and operated businesses that play by the rules do not incur additional costs or face greater red tape, said CCSA.

“We look forward to the outcome of the remaining elements of the tax review, particularly as it relates to the use of passive income to grow the business and save for a rainy day,” added Chera. The CCSA looks forward to continuing to work with the government to build on today’s positive announcement as it tables its recommendations for the convenience store industry at pre-budget hearings in Windsor on October 19th.

The is a national, not-for-profit association that represents the interests of the convenience retail channel by working with its affiliated regional and national Associations to support Canada’s over 27,000 convenience retailers, who serve 10 million Canadians daily.

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