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39 Can. Tax J. [i] (1991)

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             I1991, Volume 39          1991, Volume 39
             Issue Number 1            Numdro 1





CANADIAN TAX JOURNAL

REVUE FISCALE CANADIENNE


   1   Tax Planning for Departure from Canada-Steve Suarez
   38  Evaluation des actions d'une corporation aux fins de l'imp6t sur
       le revenu-Guy Lord
  77   Dispositions of Property by Non-Residents: Tax Deferral by
       Ministerial Discretion-Derek T. Dalsin
  90   Free Trade, Tax Reform, and Transfer Pricing-Lorraine Eden
  113  Reforming the Canadian Sales Tax System: A Regional General
       Equilibrium Analysis-Bob Hamilton and Chun- Yan Kuo
 131   Current Cases
       (TCC) Fortin & Moreau Inc. v. MNR
 137   International Tax Planning
       New Directives of the European Communities-Part 1.
 149   Personal Tax Planning
       Funding Supplemental Retirement Plans
 167   Planification fiscale personnelle
       Capitalisation des rigimes de retraite suppldmentaires
 187   Fiscal Figures
       A Brief Review of Federal Government Finance
 200   Current Tax Reading
 210   Checklist
 229   In the Library


@ 1991, Canadian Tax Journal
  ISSN 0008-51l

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