Alberta Personal Income Tax Calculator for the 2017 Tax Year


Estimate your Personal Income Taxes for 2017

Updated: March 16, 2017
Tax Year: 2017

Tax Rate 2016 Taxable Income

2017 Taxable Income

Indexation of Alberta’s Personal Income Tax Brackets
10%
Up to $125,000
Up to $126,625
12%
$125,000.01 to $150,000
$126,625.01 to $151,950
13%
$150,000.01 to $200,000
$151,950.01 to $202,600
14%
$200,000.01 to $300,000
$202,600.01 to $303,900
15%
$300,000.01 and up
$303,900.01 and up


Before using the calculator, please read the important notice, instructions and assumptions.

The tax calculator is intended to give you an estimate of your potential taxes at year-end, based on the limited information you provide and the assumptions set out on the tax calculator website.

The tax calculator cannot give you an accurate or official assessment of your 2017 tax liability.

To use the calculator, fill in the appropriate information. Once you've entered your information, click on "2017 Tax Summary" or "2017 Calculations". The results will display in a separate window.

 
2017 TAX CALCULATOR:
2017 Personal Income Tax Calculator - General Information
Family Status
Children (select before entering
child care expense):
0 1 2
3 4 or more
Income
Primary
Earner
Secondary
Earner
Salary & Wages or income from Private Pension $ $
CPP/OAS income
Seniors Only
$ $

Note:
- CPP & EI premiums are calculated automatically on salary & wages.
- Age & pension income credits are calculated automatically for seniors.

Deductions
Primary
Earner
Secondary
Earner
RRSP/RPP
Contribution
$ $
Child Care
Expense
$
Medical
Expenses
$
Charitable
Donations
$

Note: See the assumptions page for information on how these expense claims will be allocated.

   


IMPORTANT NOTICE

The tax calculator asks you to provide selected information about yourself based on common income sources, deductions and credits. This selected information is based on your prediction of your circumstances in 2017.

The tax calculator is intended to give you an estimate of your potential taxes at year-end, based on the limited information you provide and the assumptions set out on the tax calculator website.

The tax calculator cannot give you an accurate or official assessment of your 2017 tax liability.

The calculator cannot duplicate the results obtained from using an actual income tax return containing the complete set of information that reflects your actual circumstances.

Calculations are done on the user's own computer, and the information is not recorded or stored by the government. Albertans are still required to file their official income tax return.

BY USING THIS CALCULATOR, YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THE TAX CALCULATOR CANNOT GIVE YOU AN ACCURATE ASSESSMENT OF YOUR 2017 TAX LIABILITY, YOU AGREE TO READ THE INSTRUCTIONS AND 2017 ASSUMPTIONS PRIOR TO USING THE CALCULATOR, AND YOU ACCEPT THE TERMS OF USE.

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Page last updated:  March 24, 2017