Ontario income tax calculator

This is income tax calculator for Ontario province residents for year 2016-2012. Current tax rates in Ontario and federal tax rates are listed below and check.


 
 
 
 
 
 
All numbers are rounded off to the nearest integer.

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Ontario tax brackets and rates 2016

In 2016 tax brackets and Ontario personal basic amount were increased by 1.5%.

Basic personal amount for 2016 is $10,011.

Taxable income Rate
from $0 to $41,536 5.05%
from $41,537 to $83,075 9.15%
from $83,076 to $150,000 11.16%
from $150,001 to $220,000 12.16%
over $220,000 13.16%

Ontario surtax rates 2016

Ontario surtax brackets also were increased by 1.5% in 2016

Payable tax Rate
greater than $4,418 up to $5,654 20%
over $5,654 56% (20% + 36%)

The 36% surtax is in addition to the 20% surtax, for a total surtax of 56%.

Federal income tax rates in Canada for 2016

In 2016 Canadian federal income tax brackets and base amount were increased by ~1.3%.

Federal personal base amount is $11,474.

Taxable income Rate
0 – $45282 15.00%
$45283 – $90563 $5071.20 + 22.00% for income over $45282
$90564 – $140388 $15033.02 + 26.00% for income over $90563
$140389 – $200000 $27987.52 + 29.00% for income over $140388
over $200001 $45275.00 + 33.00% for income over $200001

Historical Ontario tax brackets are listed here and historical federal tax brackets and rates can be found here.

8 thoughts on “Ontario income tax calculator

  1. I was out of work for the time of 3 months (October, November& December) in year 2015, and January, 2016 as to my family doctor’s examination to my “Shingles& Post Herpetic Neuralgia.” I am back to work with a severe painful condition because my apartment rent is higher than my monthly pension. Am I allowed for some disability tax deduction.

    Your early reply is kindly appreciated

    Yours truly,

    Mamdouh Noshy

  2. Hi
    I am moving to Ontario from the UK next year
    If I plug in the amount I will get paid in the calculator above, is the bottom number what I will actually get over the year or are there other taxes to pay in Canada. I am trying to work out how much I will earn roughly after tax each month

      1. Hi
        Thank you for responding.
        If I am only spending a year in Canada (July 2017-July 2018) then moving back to the UK presumably I wont need to pay pension contributions? but just the 2% employment contributions?

        Many thanks

  3. Is it possible to pull the total tax value into a spreadsheet using an Excel formula? For example from Excel use a URL to the web calculator that includes the taxable income and have the total income tax payable returned to a cell in the spreadsheet?

  4. Hi if I use the above calculator…Will there be any tax refund from the goverment at the end of the year?Thanks…Dan

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