How capital gains tax changes could affect some family doctors

Global News

Apr 20, 2024

Half a million people people in Toronto don't have a family doctor.

Family doctors express concern over proposed capital gains tax increases, fearing the impact on retirement savings and access to care.  The changes, part of the federal budget, may exacerbate existing issues in the healthcare system, including physician shortages and burnout. Some groups, like the Ontario Medical Association, argue that the tax adjustments could negatively affect patient care.

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