What Manitoba’s Decreasing Tax and Utility Competitiveness Means for your Family

According to the 2015 provincial budget, families now pay up to $3,285 more in provincial taxes and crown corporation utility fees in Manitoba compared to Saskatchewan.

Entrepreneurs disappointed by 2015 broken promises provincial budget

Unfortunately for entrepreneurs, Manitoba’s 2015 Budget ignored your priorities and will do little to encourage small business growth and job creation. Here’s how the 2015 budget will impact your business.

Manitoba small biz optimism continues lackluster performance

Winnipeg, April 30, 2015 – Today, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) released its latest Business Barometer® index, which shows small business optimism in Manitoba rose to an index of 60.2 in April from an index of 54.6 in March. This index level is below Manitoba’s five year average of 63.8 and slightly below the national average index of 60.5.

Mixed results for entrepreneurs in 2015 Winnipeg budget

Learn about CFIB's reaction to the budget and next steps needed to make Winnipeg a competitive place to do business.

Manitoba considering 40% hike to pension payroll taxes

Manitoba payroll taxes could increase by up to $1,643 per employee to fund a new provincial pension plan. CFIB needs you to join the fight.
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