This is New Brunswick income tax calculator for NB province residents in 2012-2019 years. Current tax rates in New Brunswick and federal tax rates are listed below.
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.
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New Brunswick income tax rates 2019
New Brunswick indexes its tax brackets using the same formula as that used federally. The inflation factor was 2.2% for 2019. Basic personal amount is $10,264 for 2019.
|from $0 to $42,592||9.68%|
|from $42,593 to $85,184||14.82%|
|from $85,185 to $138,491||16.52%|
|from $138,492 to $157,778||17.84%|
Federal income tax rates in Canada for 2019
In 2019 Canadian federal income tax brackets and base amount were increased by 2.2%.
Federal personal base amount is $12,069.
|0 – $47630||15.00%|
|$47,631 – $95,259||$5,334.15 + 20.50% for income over $47,630|
|$95,260 – $147,667||$15,098.10 + 26.00% for income over $95,259|
|$147,668 – $210,371||$28,724.18 + 29.00% for income over $147,667|
|over $210,372||$46,908.34 + 33.00% for income of $210,372 and over|
Historical New Brunswick tax brackets are listed here and historical federal tax brackets and rates can be found here.
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