Saskatchewan income tax calculator for year 2012-2019. Current tax rates in Saskatchewan and federal tax rates are listed below and check.
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Saskatchewan income tax rates 2019
In 2019 Saskatchewan base amount and tax brackets were indexed using federal indexation factor 2.2. Basic personal amount is $16,065.
|from $0 to $45,225||10.50%|
|from $45,226 to $129,214||12.50%|
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 Saskatchewan tax brackets are listed here and historical federal tax brackets and rates can be found here.
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