Interprovincial Tax and Health Premium Comparison, 2014

Interprovincial Tax and Health Premium Comparison, 2014 Four family profiles, comprising both one and two income families, are used to demonstrate the different tax burdens faced across provinces. The total tax load comprises estimates for personal income tax, provincial sales tax, health premiums, payroll tax, and fuel tax. 2018-06-27 Government of Alberta tbf.data.support@gov.ab.ca Economics and IndustryGovernment and PoliticsTaxcomparisonhealth premiuminterprovincial Interprovincial Tax and Health Premium Comparison, 2014XLSX https://open.alberta.ca/dataset/4cc42c48-e99e-4f07-b098-4d7da185e459/resource/db28a973-8bfc-4cd8-9f28-c07b182ef507/download/interprovtaxandhealthpremcompar2014-v1-2014-02-21.xlsx

Four family profiles, comprising both one and two income families, are used to demonstrate the different tax burdens faced across provinces. The total tax load comprises estimates for personal income tax, provincial sales tax, health premiums, payroll tax, and fuel tax.

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