Net income level where the recipient is not eligible to receive the basic Working income tax benefit

2017 tax year

Canada (excluding Alberta, Quebec, British Columbia and Nunavut)

Quebec

British Columbia

Nunavut

Alberta

Family with children

$28,975 $24,081 $29,591 $45,054 $28,298

Family without children

$28,975 $31,875 $29,591 $45,054 $28,298

Single with children

$28,975 $17,212 $29,591 $45,054 $28,298

Single without children

$18,792 $20,618 $20,602 $38,867 $19,996

Net income level where the recipient is not eligible to receive the Working income tax benefit disability supplement

2017 tax year

Canada (excluding Alberta, Quebec, British Columbia and Nunavut)

Quebec

British Columbia

Nunavut

Alberta

Family with children

$32,449 $26,721 $32,996 $47,277 $31,772

Family without children

$32,449 $34,545 $32,996 $47,277 $31,772

Single with children

$32,449 $19,882 $32,996 $47,277 $31,772

Single without children

$22,265 $23,288 $24,010 $41,076 $23,466

For residents of Canada, including residents of Alberta, British Columbia and Nunavut, but excluding residents of Quebec:

  • Family refers to single parents (including separated, divorced and widowed parents), and married or common-law couples with or without eligible dependants
  • Single refers to single individuals (including separated, divorced and widowed individuals) with no eligible dependants

For residents of Quebec:

  • Family with children refers to married or common-law couples with eligible dependants
  • Family without children refers to married or common-law without eligible dependants
  • Single with children refers to single individuals (including separated, divorced and widowed individuals) with eligible dependants
  • Single without children refers to single individuals (including separated, divorced and widowed individuals) without eligible dependants

 

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