Canadian Income Splitting Guide

by Tax Guy - Burlington Accountant on January 13, 2013 Print This Post Print This Post

Canada has a graduated income tax system that increases the amount of income tax you pay as your income gets higher. Income splitting is a strategy to that individuals can use to try and shift income from a high income earner to a lower income earner in order to reduce the overall tax of the family group.

Over the years, I have published a number of articles on income splitting and pension income splitting that have generated quite a bit of traffic. I have brought these articles together on a single page and I hope you find it helpful.

Introduction To Income Splitting

Pension Income Splitting

Income Splitting Opportunities

Income Splitting & Estate Planning

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If you have a suggestion for an income splitting article, please feel free to suggest an income tax topic.
You can also find plenty of income tax help articles on a variety of topics including: TFSA, Estate Planning & Wills, RRSP’s, Investing, and Small Business. This site is organized to provide you with the help you need.

About The Tax Guy...

Dean Paley CGA CFP is a Burlington accountant and financial planner who services individuals and business owners locally, nationally and internationally. Dean has appeared in the National Post, Toronto Star and Metro News.

To find out more, visit Dean's website Dean Paley CGA CFP or connect via Twitter @DeanPaleyCGACFP.

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Corina McCoy December 6, 2010 at 3:50 pm

Loved this post !

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