CPP, EI, Provincial and Federal Tax Rates

The government requires all employees to deduct CPP (Canada Pension Plan), EI (Employment Insurance) and Income Tax. The current rates for each of these deductions are listed below.

CPP Rates 2019

CPP Rates 2019
Contribution rate: 5.10%
Maximum Pensionable Earnings: $57,400.00
Annual Basic Exemption: $3,500.00
Annual Maximum Contribution: $2,748.90

Employment Insurance (EI) Rates 2019

Employment Insurance (EI) Rates 2019
Premium Rate: 1.62%
Maximum Insurable Earnings: $53,100.00
Annual Maximum Premium: $860.22

CPP Rates 2018

CPP Rates 2018
Contribution rate: 4.95%
Maximum Pensionable Earnings: $55,900.00
Annual Basic Exemption: $3,500.00
Annual Maximum Contribution: $2,593.80

Employment Insurance (EI) Rates 2018

Employment Insurance (EI) Rates 2018
Premium Rate: 1.66%
Maximum Insurable Earnings: $51,700.00
Annual Maximum Premium: $858.22

Ontario Income Tax Rates 2019

Ontario Income Tax Rates 2019
Taxable Income Tax Rate
Up to $43,906 5.05%
Greater than $43,906 up to $87,813 9.15%
Greater than $87,813 to $150,000 11.16%
Greater than $150,000 up to $220,000 12.16%
Greater than $220,000 13.16%

Federal Tax Rates 2019

Federal Tax Rates 2019
Taxable Income Tax Rate
Up to $47,630 15%
Greater than $47,630 up to $95,259 20.5%
Greater than $95,259 up to $147,667 26%
Greater than $147,667 up to $210,371 29%
Greater than $210,371 33%

To access the Federal TD1 form, the Federal CPT30 form or the Provincial TD1ON form, visit www.ccra-adrc.gc.ca