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Planning for 2015 taxes even before the New Year is rung in may seem more than a little premature. Nonetheless, taking some time to review one’s tax situation—and perhaps putting a few strategies in place—at the beginning of the year can help avoid a cash flow crisis or other financial shock when the RRSP contribution deadline looms or it is tax filing (and tax payment) time in the spring of 2016. And, while many tax-planning and tax-saving strategies can be implemented throughout the tax year, getting an early start on such planning usually leads to the best results.


The Employment Insurance premium rate for 2015 is 1.88%.


The Canada Pension Plan contribution rate for 2015 is unchanged at 4.95% of pensionable earnings for the year.


Dollar amounts on which individual non-refundable federal tax credits for 2015 are based, and the actual tax credit claimable, will be as follows:


The indexing factor for federal tax credits and brackets for 2015 is 1.7%. Consequently, the following federal tax rates and brackets will be in effect for individuals for the 2015 tax year.


Each new tax year brings with it a listing of tax payment and filing deadlines, as well as some changes with respect to tax-planning strategies. Some of the more significant dates and changes for individual taxpayers for 2015 are listed herein.


Two quarterly newsletters have been added—one about personal issues, and one about corporate issues.

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