Income tax in British Columbia

Old Aug 27th 2003, 5:15 pm
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Hi

Can anyone give a ball park figure for the amount of income tax a
married man with 3yo child (wife not working) might expect to pay on
incomes of $30,000, $40,000 & $50,000 pa in BC?

Cheers
 
Old Aug 27th 2003, 7:00 pm
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abracad ([email protected]) said:

    > Can anyone give a ball park figure for the amount of income tax a
    > married man with 3yo child (wife not working) might expect to pay on
    > incomes of $30,000, $40,000 & $50,000 pa in BC?

Why don't you contact the tax office instead of getting others to do
your work for you? It's a simple research project, actually. Go to
http://www.ccra.gc.ca .
 
Old Aug 28th 2003, 10:22 am
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Originally posted by Abracad
Hi

Can anyone give a ball park figure for the amount of income tax a
married man with 3yo child (wife not working) might expect to pay on
incomes of $30,000, $40,000 & $50,000 pa in BC?

Cheers
Try this:-

http://www.ey.com/GLOBAL/content.nsf...-_Personal_Tax

Very helpful ball park jobbie.
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Old Aug 28th 2003, 12:46 pm
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On 27 Aug 2003 22:15:37 -0700, [email protected] (abracad) wrote:

    >Hi
    >Can anyone give a ball park figure for the amount of income tax a
    >married man with 3yo child (wife not working) might expect to pay on
    >incomes of $30,000, $40,000 & $50,000 pa in BC?
    >Cheers

http://www.ey.com/global/Content.nsf...2_Personal_Tax

Figure on actually getting about 65% of your pay check. Then by the
time you pay property taxes and sales tax, you might be lucky to get
to spend the remaining 55%.

That kind of salary will be difficult to live on in Vancouver.
 
Old Aug 29th 2003, 3:51 am
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BC taxes look compatible with taxes in California.
In 1998 I was on 70K payrol and my take home was $4k and
I was only one working in the family of 3.
Now I make a lot more but nothing changed.
Salary is irrelevant , the more you make the more you spend/waste.
It would be nice to learn about prices for food, services like schools, doctors, insurances, etc.
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