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Income Tax in Canada is calculated separately for Federal tax commitments and Province Tax commitments depending on where the individual tax return is filed (due to work / location). The Canada Tax return is completed as one single calculation (except Quebec) with the total tax calculations, tax credits and exemptions centralised to simply tax calculations and tax returns. The Tax Year in Canada runs from January to December with individual tax returns due no later than the following April 30th.
The 2022 tax year runs from 1st January 2022 through to the 31st December 2022 with tax returns due for specific individuals / groups on the following dates:
The 2024 tax year runs from 1st January 2024 through to the 31st December 2024 with tax returns due for specific individuals / groups on the following dates:
The taxation system in Canada is similar to the United States whereby each Province sets its own tax tables, credits and tax exemptions. These typically change for each tax year though not in all Provinces. Federal Tax rates and Tax tables also change annually. As an individual generates more income, they pay higher rates of taxation as they exceed defined tax thresholds in the income tax tables. You can calculate your income tax for Canada using the Canada Tax Calculator. The Canada Tax Calculator uses the following Tax Tables for each defined tax year.