Quebec income tax calculator

This is income tax calculator for Québec province residents for year 2015, 2014, 2013 and 2012. Quebec tax rates are listed below and check this page for federal tax rates.

IMPORTANT: This tax calculator is used for income tax estimation. Please use Intuit TurboTax if you want to fill your tax return and get tax rebate for previous year. It is free for simple tax returns or gives you 10% discount for more complicated tax returns.

All numbers are rounded off to the nearest integer.

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Income tax calculator takes into account the refundable federal tax abatement for Québec residents and all federal tax rates are reduced by 16.5%.

Quebec provincial income tax rates 2016

In 2016 Quebec provincial income tax brackets and provincial base amount was increased by 1.1%. Basic personal amount in Quebec for year 2016 is $11,550.

Taxable income Rate
from $0 to $42,390 16.00%
from $42,391 to $84,780 20.00%
from $84,781 to $103,150 24.00%
over $103,150 25.75%

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 + 20.50% for income over $45282
$90564 – $140388 $14353.60 + 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 Quebec tax brackets are listed here and historical federal tax brackets and rates can be found here.

18 thoughts on “Quebec income tax calculator

  1. Hi
    I stayed in Quebec between March 2015 till 2nd August 2015. That means, I stayed for 144 Days.
    I stayed alone. My spouse was not with me for the entire 144 days.
    What will be my Total tax for Quebec

    1. Hi Koushik,

      You will claim back all the Quebec tax that you pay and pay the taxes in the province where you live at the end of the year.


  2. Hi,

    We are a retired couple living in Quebec. Usually my wife doesn’t have income and my income is around $50,000.
    This year (2016) we just sell an income property which is owned by both of us with capital gain of $250,000.
    Could you please let me know what is my total (federal+Quebec) income tax I have to pay for 2016.


  3. Hi, I live in Quebec and will receive $16,000 in alimony (no taxes withheld) and $17,000 in income from my employment. I’ve been putting $400 away each month to cover taxes due next spring, is that enough?
    Thank you.

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  4. Hello,
    I live in Quebec and have 3 children (all in school and living at home, one is 19, 2 are teens)
    If I earn 55,000 per year how much tax will I pay.

  5. Hi,
    I am living alone in Quebec, am 66 years old, retired with 39M total annual income. I am thinking about converting my RRSP to RIF starting in 2018. It will boost my income to 56M. I get extra exemptions for age, retirement and living alone of $5151 Provincial and $6590 Federal. They save me approx. $1000 on each return. On top of paying the income tax on the increased income will I loose these exemptions?

  6. Hi,

    I will be in Quebec in July17 with my wife and kid. if my annual salary is 90000 CAD then what will be the tax and net income for the year 2017


  7. If I have a property which rent out for 50k dollars Canadian and I leave in Montreal,
    After tax and insurance, some cost, left 30k, how much I have to pay the tax in total? Thanks.

  8. Hi,
    I’m a musician and I live in Gatineau but started to work in a music academy in September 2017, I wanted to know what would be the applicable tax to my income? The employer does deduct the tax. I started working this September 2017. Fall 2016-winter 2017 tax year I was still a graduate student at U of O and was a full-time student.

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