Welcome to the Canadian Tax Return Calculator. Before you get started we suggest that, if you are new to the Canadian Tax Calculator, you read through the below information.
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It will only take you a minute or so to read through and understand exactly how to quickly make the most of this free tax application, associated tax tools and built in tax calculators (T-Slips, Tax Schedules, Federal / Province Worksheets etc.).
The Canadian Tax Return Calculator a free online tax calculator application which has been designed to make your tax return:
The Canadian Tax Return Calculator is as simple or advanced as you want it to be. The tax return calculators and calculations are intelligently linked to provide default refundable and non-refundable tax credits. This means that tax metrics are correctly applied where you use a specific tax calculator or tax category. In very simple terms, this means that you can enter your total income and select your province for an instant tax calculation.
Alternatively, you can use the Advanced Tax Return Calculator functionality by entering your specific earnings and deductable elements for family, employment and physical well-being.
When using the advanced tax calculator, you will notice that you are presented with specific categories. These categories contain specailised sub tax calculators which are integrated into the overall tax calculator, all the magic happens behind the scenes but it's worth knowing this so you can get the most out of each tax calculation. For example:
If you have any questions in relation to the Canadian Tax Return Calculator please contact us. Please do not contact us with specific tax enquiries, we do not provide a tax advisory service, we simply provide free online tax calculators. We have setup a Tax Forum where you can ask specific tax related questions, members of our community (which includes Canadian Accountants and Tax specialists) can then answer as they feel appropriate though note we make no guarantees or endorse any tax information or advice provided by third parties who use this service.