Canada: Tax measures in 2022 budget (Nova Scotia)

The Nova Scotia budget for 2022 was delivered 29 March 2022

The Nova Scotia budget for 2022 was delivered 29 March 2022

The 2022 provincial budget for Nova Scotia was delivered 29 March 2022.

  • The budget does not include any corporate or individual (personal) tax rate changes.
  • The budget does announce an individual (personal) tax refund for eligible individuals in certain skilled trades and occupations. 
  • The budget also introduces a property tax and deed transfer tax for residential properties owned or acquired by non-residents of Nova Scotia.
  • There are other tax-related proposals.

Read a March 2022 report [PDF 194 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Canada


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