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Alberta -> Alberta Budgets

Alberta Budgets

Alberta 2017 Budget - March 16, 2017

Alberta 2016 Budget - April 14, 2016

2015 Budget - October 27, 2015

Bill 2 June 29, 2015

On June 29, 2015, the Alberta NDP government passed Bill 2, which introduced higher corporate and personal income tax rates.

Highlights of announcement regarding Bill 2:

bulletnew tax bracket and tax rates implemented effective October 1, 2015, so prorated rates will be in effect for 2015
bulletgeneral corporate income tax rate increase from 10% to 12% effective July 1, 2015
bulletHealth care contribution levy will  not be implemented.

For details of the previous Conservative government's budget, which did not pass because they were not re-elected, see Alberta 2015-2020 Fiscal Tax Plan (pdf).

2014 Budget, on Alberta website - March 6, 2014 - no new taxes or tax increases

2013 Budget, on Alberta website - March 7, 2013 - no new taxes or tax increases

2012 Budget and Tax Plan (pdf), both on Alberta website - February 9, 2012

Highlights:

Education property tax rates will be frozen at 2011 levels.

Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SRED) Tax Credit will be enhanced by eliminating the "grind" (no longer deducting the federal investment tax credit when calculating Alberta's credit).  This will be effective for tax years ending after March 31, 2012.

2011 Budget - on Alberta government website, as no new income tax changes were announced.  Revenue from personal and corporate income tax is forecast to increase by $1.4 billion to $12.3 billion in 2011-12, as a result of an improved economy.

2010 Budget - on Alberta government website, as no new tax changes were announced.

2009 Budget - on Alberta government website, as no new tax changes were announced.

2008 Budget

2007 Budget

Revised: May 10, 2017

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