Tax Hits Married, No Kids

Young couples and empty nesters will pay more in national carbon taxes than they’ll receive in federal rebates this year, the Parliamentary Budget Office yesterday confirmed. The data contradict cabinet claims that 70 to 80 percent of people would profit from rebates: “The example of the married couple is not representative of a household.”

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