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Canadian Tax Journal

The Canadian Tax Journal, first published in 1953, is the flagship research publication of the Canadian Tax Foundation and one of the most highly rated tax journals in the world. Published quarterly, it is relied on by policy analysts, accountants, lawyers, economists, business persons, and politicians as a multidisciplinary resource for the analysis, application, and interpretation of tax law, economics, and public finance in Canada.

The main articles are peer-reviewed by members of an editorial board made up of tax practitioners and university faculty members. Regular features of the journal include Finances of the Nation, Current Cases, Personal Tax Planning, International Tax Planning, Selected US Tax Developments, Corporate Tax Planning, and Current Tax Reading. Articles in the Policy Forum section, commissioned by the journal’s editors, are usually opinion pieces designed to stimulate debate on hot-button issues relevant to tax practitioners. An open-access policy applies to peer-reviewed articles, Policy Forum features, and Current Tax Reading: this content is available free of charge to non-members.

In its 66th year!


 

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