The province of Quebec develops and administers its own tax laws and policies, so if you live in the province of Quebec, you may need to file a separate provincial income tax return. For more information, visit, Revenu Quebec.
Quebec Tax Brackets 2018
|$43,055 or less||15%|
|More than $43,055, but not more than $86,105||20%|
|More than $86,105, but not more than $104,765||24%|
|More than $104,765||25.75%|
The income tax rates for the 2019 taxation year, determined on the basis of your taxable income, are as follows:
|$43,790 or less||15%|
|More than $43,790, but not more than $87,575||20%|
|More than $87,575, but not more than $106,555||24%|
|More than $106,555||25.75%|
Income from a business
If you had income from a business (including income you received as a limited or non-active partner) and the business has a permanent establishment outside Quebec, complete Form T2203, Provincial and Territorial Taxes – Multiple Jurisdictions, to calculate your tax payable to provinces and territories outside Quebec. Attach this form to your paper return, if you are filing by paper, otherwise, hold on to the copy.
Child assistance is a form of financial assistance paid to all eligible Quebec families with one or more dependent children under 18 years of age.