Available in the Osgoode Hall Law School Library (987 KB)
Income Tax at 100 Years: Essays and Reflections on the Income War Tax Act commemorates the 100th anniversary of Canada's Income War Tax Act, 1917, with papers and panel discussions from a wide range of distinguished contributors: tax practitioners, both accountants and lawyers; academic experts in tax law, economics, and public policy; judges; journalists; and policy makers from both the Department of Justice and the Canada Revenue Agency. The book considers, among other things, the historical context from which Canada's modern income tax system emerged, demonstrating how the tax law was shaped by the challenges that faced the country a century ago.
Canadian Tax Foundation
Taxation-Federal | Tax Law
Li, Jinyan, "Income Tax at 100 Years : Essays and Reflections on the Income War Tax Act" (2017). Books. 350.