All About Your Tax Dollar – 2010-11
Where are your tax dollars spent?
- Canada Health Transfer (10 cents)
- Canada Revenue Agency (3 cents)
- Canada Social Transfer (4 cents)
- Children’s benefits (5 cents)
- Crown corporations (4 cents)
- Defence (8 cents)
- Employment Insurance benefits (7 cents)
- Other major transfers to other levels of government (6 cents)
- Other operations (12 cents)
- Other transfer payments (14 cents)
- Public debt charges (11 cents)
- Public Safety (3 cents)
- Support to elderly (13 cents)
Where does this money come from?
- Corporate income tax (13 cents)
- Earnings by Crown corporations and revenues from the sale of goods and services (12 cents)
- Employment Insurance premiums (7 cents)
- Non-resident withholding taxes, customs import duties, energy taxes and excise taxes and duties on alcohol and tobacco (8 cents)
- Personal income tax (48 cents)
- Revenues from the Goods and Services Tax (12 cents)
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