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Free British Columbia tax calculator for freelancers 💸

Use this free British Columbia tax calculator to figure how much you need to pay and more importantly, how much you get to keep.

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Tax Calculator

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Employed Insurance (EI) is optional for most self-employed people and freelancers.

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Contributions to the Canadian Pension Plan (CPP) is required for most tax-paying Canadians, including both employed and self-employed people.

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For 2022, the total required contribution on incomes up to $64,900 is $6,999.60.

If you're an employee, you will typically pay half of the annual required amount ($3,499.80) through standard deductions from your regular pay and your employer will pay the other half.

If you're self-employed, you will need to make sure your entire contribution is paid.

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By using this tax calculator you acknowledge that the results are only an estimate. Please consult a licenced accountant before filing your taxes as you are likely entitled to additional credits, especially if you're self-employed.