2019 Updates (January 2019) 

Federal Tax Rates      Indexing Factor   1.5%
Income                              Federal tax rate

$12,069–$47,630 15%
$47,630–$95,259 20.5%
$95,259–$147,667 26%
$147,667–$210,371 29%
Above $210,371 33%

2019 Tax Credits                                        
Basic personal $12,069
Spouse or common-law partner $12,069
Eligible dependant amount $12,069
Age amount $7,494
Age Amount Income Threshold $37,790
Canada Employment amount $1,195
Caregiver amount (under 18) $2,230
Caregiver amount (over 18) $7,140
Caregiver Income Threshold $16,766
Disability amount $8,416
Adoption expenses $15,905
Medical expense $2,352

Multiply the exemption amounts by 15% (lowest Federal tax rate for 2019) to calculate your non-refundable credit.

2019  Unemployment Insurance
EI premium rate      1.62%.
Max insurable earnings      $53,100.00
Maximum employee premium    $860.22
Employer premiums (unchanged)     1.4 times employee contribution.
Maximum employer premium   $1204.31

2019  Canada Pension Plan
CPP Rate (unchanged)   5.10% of yearly annual pensionable earnings
Maximum pensionable earnings                                       $57,400.00
Basic pensionable earnings exemption (unchanged)    $3,500.00
Maximum employer & employee contributions               $2,748.90
Maximum self-employed contribution                               $5,497.80

2019 Other
Maximum refundable medical                $1,222
Old Age Security Clawback                  $75,910
2016 Maximum TFSA Contribution       $6,000
RRSP contribution limit                          $26,500

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