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Canada Premier In Alleged Failure To Pay Luxury Tax On Costa Rican Vacation Home

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Manitoba, Canada, Premier Brian Pallister faced questions in the legislature Wednesday about allegations he failed to pay a luxury tax on his Costa Rican vacation home.

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister said he was ‘surprised’ and ‘disappointed’ to learn that he might owe a luxury tax on his Costa Rican vacation home. (Warren Kay/CBC)

Pallister and his wife own the 7,000-square-foot home — which sits on several acres of land near Tamarindo, Costa Rica — through a holding company.

CBC News has reviewed a list of companies posted by the Costa Rican revenue department that had not paid the tax and the premier’s holding company is on it.

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The Costa Rican luxury tax is applied to homes that exceed a certain value.

Source: Cbc.ca. Click here to view the original article.

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