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Since April 1,2014
(fiscal year start)
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Progressive personal income tax
10%
for taxable income between $0-$100,000
(95% of Albertans)
13%
for taxable income between $100,000-$150,000
(3% of Albertans)
15%
for taxable income above $150,000
(2% of Albertans)
Corporate tax
12%
This only applies to corp. with more than 50 employees
Compare to Alberta's current flat tax
10%
10%
10%
10%
Progressive personal income tax
11%
for taxable income between $0-$43,292
13%
for taxable income between $43,292-$80,400
15%
for taxable income above $123,692
Corporate tax
12%
This only applies to corp. with more than 50 employees
Compare to Alberta's current flat tax
10%
10%
10%
10%
Progressive personal income tax
5.05%
for taxable income between $0-$40,120
9.15%
for taxable income between $40,120-$80,242
11.16%
for taxable income between $80,242-$514,000
13.16%
for taxable income above $514,000
Corporate tax
11.5%
This only applies to corp. with more than 50 employees
Compare to Alberta's current flat tax
10%
10%
10%
10%
10%
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Achieve the government’s own class size targets for K to Grade 3
Close the participation gap between underrepresented groups in post-secondary education
Create 10,000 more quality childcare spaces
Operate an additional 1000 public long-term care beds for seniors
Increase AISH support by rate of inflation
Increase Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) funding
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Jeff Carlson
Chair of Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) & Lethbridge City Councillor
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“Over 318 municipalities and Métis settlements participate in the provincial FCSS Program, ensuring that Albertans have access to a strong network of prevention supports and social services. Provincial investment in the FCSS has not increased since 2009. Expectation is growing for the Province to also increase its share of the funding.”

Katey Petersen
Chair of the Alberta Students' Executive Council (ASEC) and VP Outreach for Students' Association Grande Prairie Regional College (SAGPRC)
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Post-secondary institutions, like Grande Prairie Regional College, are fundamentally important, not only to students, but to the community as a whole. It is important that they are funded appropriately, so they can continue to give back to society.

Mark Ramsankar
President of the Alberta Teachers’ Association
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Quality education is grounded in a fully-resourced and stable system, not hinge on the boom/bust of oil revenues. Ballooning class sizes, unsupported special needs and staff layoffs are the result of instable, unpredictable funding. Sustainable funding must come from stable revenue sources including fair corporate and progressive income taxes.

Allan Bolstad
Executive Director of the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues
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The province must recognize the number of worthwhile programs that were lost when STEP funding was eliminated and must come up with another way of financing these initiatives. Not only did it help non-profits like community leagues offer summer programs, but it helped thousands of students get a start in the job market.

According to recent poll Environics conducted, Albertans said the following about using fair progressive and corporate taxes in Alberta. We also asked what their priority would be with this additional revenue.