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Alberta -> Alberta Health Care Contribution Levy

Alberta Health Care Contribution Levy - Did Not Happen

The Alberta Health Care Contribution Levy will not be collected, as the budget was not passed and a new NDP government was elected.  They have announced that the new levy will not be implemented.

Beginning July 1, 2015, the Alberta government was going to start collecting, through the income tax system, a health care levy that is based on an individual's taxable income.  To reflect the July 1st start date, the levy payable for the 2015 tax year would have been one-half of the full year amount payable.

Alberta Health Care Contribution Levy - Not In Effect!
Taxable Income Levy Amount
first $50,000 no levy
over $50,000 up to $70,000 (taxable income - $50,000) x 5%
to a maximum of $200
over $70,000 up to $90,000 $200 + (taxable income - $70,000) x 5%
to a maximum of $400
over $90,000 up to $110,000 $400 + (taxable income - $90,000) x 15%
to a maximum of $600
over $110,000 up to $130,000 $600 + (taxable income - $110,000) x 15%
to a maximum of $800
over $130,000 $800 + (taxable income - $130,000) x 25%
to a maximum of $1,000

Revised: March 06, 2021


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