For Michael Moore; The Average Canadian Tax Rates

April 27, 2010 at 9:19 pm (Canada, Political) (, , )

Mr. Moore;

Thank you for checking out my blog and my methodology for finding the average Canadian Tax Rate. I cannot get out to LA for a ballgame, but if you have a position on your staff, I need a job.

I am a Michigan boy, too. My dad worked at Buick City and I lived as a young boy in Flushing, MI. I attended Elms Elementary. After my parents divorced and Buick City closed, my family moved to Sterling Heights, MI for Junior High and High School. I attended Wayne State University, where I was a member of the Wayne State Debate team. I have exceptional research training and experience. I was even awarded a grant – as an undergraduate – to research US-Russian nuclear policies.

In 2008, I was employed as an organizer for the President’s campaign.

I believe I would be an asset to your team.

Thank you,
Don Ritchie

Without further ado:

19%-26% (2010) depending on province for the median (2007) individual
22.9%-30.1% (2010) depending on province for the median (2007) family

Canadian Median Individual Income, 2007 – $27,960
http://www40.statcan.gc.ca/l01/cst01/famil105a-eng.htm

Canadian Median Family Income, 2007 – $66,550
http://www40.statcan.gc.ca/l01/cst01/famil108a-eng.htm

For $70k, due to graduated Canadian tax rates, the percentages will be a smidgeon lower; but you changed the criteria after I had already finished my project.

EDIT: Fine, call me a perfectionist. At $70k, the tax rates vary from 22.5% (Nunavut) – 29.8% (Nova Scotia)

5627.6 + 6145.5 = 11773.1 in federal taxes, or 17.7% for the Median Canadian Family

Newfoundland: 2408.4 + 4003.6 + 619.1 = 7031.1 provincial tax, or 10.6%
Prince Edward Island: 3134.4 + 4413.9 + 431 = 7979.3 provincial tax, or 12%
Nova Scotia: 2601 + 4423.7 + 1228.6 = 8253.3 provincial tax, or 12.4%
New Brunswick: 3387.2 + 3766.1 = 7153.3 provincial tax, or 10.7%
Ontario: 1873.9 + 2694.1 = 4568 provincial tax, or 6.9%
Manitoba: 3348 + 4532.7 = 7880.7 provincial tax, or 11.8%
Saskatchewan: 4439 + 3405.5 = 7844.5 provincial tax, or 11.8%
Alberta: 10%
British Columbia: 1814.5 + 2363.2 = 4177.7 provincial tax, or 6.3%
Yukon: 2884.3 + 2476.1 = 5360.4 provincial tax, or 8.1%
Northwest Territories: 2189.3 + 2532.2 = 4721.5 provincial tax, or 7.1%
Nunavut: 1562.6 + 1924 = 3486.6 provincial tax, or 5.2%

2010 Income Tax Rates
http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/tx/ndvdls/fq/txrts-eng.html

15% on the first $40,970 of taxable income, +
22% on the next $40,971 of taxable income (on the portion of taxable income between $40,970 and $81,941), +
26% on the next $45,080 of taxable income (on the portion of taxable income between $81,941 and $127,021), +
29% of taxable income over $127,021.

2010 Provincial Income Tax Rates

Newfoundland and Labrador
7.7% on the first $31,278 of taxable income, +
12.8% on the next $31,278, +
15.5% on the amount over $62,556

Prince Edward Island
9.8% on the first $31,984 of taxable income, +
13.8% on the next $31,985, +
16.7% on the amount over $63,969

Nova Scotia
8.79% on the first $29,590 of taxable income, +
14.95% on the next $29,590, +
16.67% on the next $33,820 +
17.5% on the amount over $93,000

New Brunswick
9.3% on the first $36,421 of taxable income, +
12.5% on the next $36,422, +
13.3% on the next $45,584, +
14.3% on the amount over $118,427

Quebec Contact Revenu Québec

Ontario
5.05% on the first $37,106 of taxable income, +
9.15% on the next $37,108, +
11.16% on the amount over $74,214

Manitoba
10.8% on the first $31,000 of taxable income, +
12.75% on the next $36,000, +
17.4% on the amount over $67,000

Saskatchewan
11% on the first $40,354 of taxable income, +
13% on the next $74,943, +
15% on the amount over $115,297

Alberta
10% of taxable income

British Columbia
5.06% on the first $35,859 of taxable income, +
7.7% on the next $35,860, +
10.5% on the next $10,623, +
12.29% on the next $17,645, +
14.7% on the amount over $99,987

Yukon
7.04% on the first $40,970 of taxable income, +
9.68% on the next $40,971, +
11.44% on the next $45,080, +
12.76% on the amount over $127,021

Northwest Territories
5.9% on the first $37,106 of taxable income, +
8.6% on the next $37,108, +
12.2% on the next $46,442, +
14.05% on the amount over $120,656

Nunavut
4% on the first $39,065 of taxable income, +
7% on the next $39,065, +
9% on the next $48,891, +
11.5% on the amount over $127,021

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2 Comments

  1. Kevin Webb said,

    Don,

    Next time you comment on my website, make sure you have something intelligent to say.

    Regards,

    Sgt. Webb

    • Don Ritchie said,

      So you post on a random blog I wrote 4 years ago?

      I am the civilian. You are the servant. If we tell you to run up Hamburger Hill 9 times with a girl and a fag in your squad, you do not share your opinion on the combat efficacy of said tactic. You do have an opinion on said tactic. You say, “Yes, sir!” and complete your task to the best of your ability without question or complaint.

      If your servile status bothers you, get a real job and unclamp your lips from my teet.

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