The Foundation publishes a broad selection of non-membership titles aimed at providing comprehensive analysis and commentary on current issues in case law, legislation, administration, tax policy, and finance both within Canada and internationally.
Our annual Finances of the Nation provides a review of government revenues and expenditures at the federal, provincial, and local levels.
The recently published textbooks, Tax Policy in Canada and The Taxation of Private Corporations and Their Shareholders, offer introductory overviews, analysis, and practical information useful for students and practitioners.
Our Canadian Tax Paper series includes more than one hundred titles that provide new research or insight into particular issues such as tax reform, municipal revenue and expenditure, and tax abuse.
Tax Policy in Canada (2012)
This book provides a unique, accessible, and broad-ranging analysis of
- tax policy in the new world economy,
- the economic effects of corporate taxation,
- value-added taxation in Canada,
- municipal user fees,
- the design of environmental taxes,
- intergovernmental conflict over the taxation of natural resources,
- trends in transfer programs, and
- options for reforming personal and corporate taxation in the 21st century.
Table of Contents
Non-Members $100; Members $85; Students $50
International Financial Reporting Standards: Their Adoption in Canada (2011)
After several years in the making and many twists and turns along the way, 2011 has finally ushered in a new era for information reporting by Canadian businesses. As of January 1, 2011, publicly accountable enterprises are now required to adopt international financial reporting standards (IFRS) and private enterprises have a choice of applying either IFRS, or accounting standards for private enterprises (ASPE).
130 pages, $40 non-members; $30 members
Canadian Tax Foundation Style Guide, 5th Edition
The Canadian Tax Foundation Style Guide is a valuable reference work for tax writers and editors. It provides authoritative guidance on the treatment of names and terms, punctuation, capitalization, quotations, and tabular material, and on the handling of references and citations to cases, statutes, and publications. The fifth edition of the guide reflects current editorial practice; in particular, it incorporates substantial revisions to chapter 12, "References and Citations," and updates to chapter 16, "Grammar, Usage, and Style."
Price: Member $35; Non-Member $40; Student $15
Tax Expenditures: State of the Art (2011) Lisa Philipps, Neil Brooks, and Jinyan Li (eds.)
Over the last 40 years, tax expenditure analysis has reshaped the way policy makers and practitioners around the world think about the design of tax systems. This volume presents recent research on tax expenditures and their role in the fiscal and public policy systems of OECD countries. Contributors from Canada, the United States, Australia, and England offer new data and interdisciplinary perspectives on the definition, distributional effects, and politics of tax expenditures, and the use of tax expenditures to advance policy agendas relating to the environment, housing, health and fitness, and retirement savings. The book will be of interest to lawyers, economists, political scientists, and others who want to understand how tax expenditures work around the world today.
Price: Member $45; Non-member $55; Student $30