Click the above link to open the calculator in a new window.
See prior years below.
The 2015/2016 Calculator will now retain all of your data
data, on your computer, depending on your browser settings.
If you are on a public computer, click
reset to clear the data before you close the browser.
you want the information to be retained, ensure that your browser is set
Internet Explorer ( IE) - Tools, Internet Options, Privacy, Advanced
- make sure that "always allow
session cookies" is checked.
Chrome - Settings, Advanced Settings,
Privacy, Content settings, Allow local data to be set.
Firefox - Tools, Options, Privacy - under History where it says
"Firefox will:", change to "Use custom settings for
history". Then make sure that "Accept cookies from
sites" is checked. Accept third-party cookies - this
setting doesn't matter. Keep until - this should be set to
"they expire" or "ask me every time".
The income tax calculator includes most available deductions and tax
credits, and pension splitting. It is a
tax planning tool and financial planning tool, but will not actually file your tax return for you. It will be especially
useful as a tax planning tool for those who have some control over their income,
people making RRIF/RRSP withdrawals
incorporated business owners
investors trying to decide between investments
which produce capital gains, Canadian dividends, or other investment
The calculator includes links to information on many of the
non-refundable tax credits. The links open in the same window,
replacing the calculator, but when the browser Back button is clicked, the
previously entered information is still available in the calculator.
To open the links in a new window, right-click on the link, and
select "Open in New Window".
includes tax rates known as of
the date shown in the calculator.
income tax benefit (WITB) - Note:you are required to indicate in the calculator if you are eligible
for the WITB. If you indicate that you qualify, the
calculator will determine the amount you will receive, if any,
based on your income. Read the article on the WITB (above
link) to determine if you qualify.
104 Other Employment Income
This income should be included with Line 101 employment
income in the calculator. However, do not include it in the insurable or
pensionable income amounts below the employment income line.
If you want to compare different scenarios, come back to this
page to open the calculator a second time (right click the link, and select open
in new window), and compare them side by side.
To see the current tax rate tables for each province, go to the Tax
Basic Tax Calculator
If you are looking for a more simple tax calculator, see our Basic
Canadian Income Tax Calculator, where you input your income from capital
gains, Canadian eligible and non-eligible dividends, and other income, in order
to see the taxes payable for a single person. The Basic Tax Calculator
shows the marginal tax rates for each type of income, as well as total income
taxes payable for each province for a number of years.
See topics and glossary items related to the Canadian Tax