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1 Yukon Bureau of Statistics 2 9 # $ > & ± 8 < 3 π ^ Highlights: Yukon Statistics 203 Taxation Year There were 27,200 income taxfilers in Yukon in 203, an increase of 290, or.%, compared to 202. Yukoners total income assessed in 203 was $.4 billion, for an average of $52,866 per taxfiler. Taxfilers in the years age group had the highest average income assessed at $68,55 in 203. The data contained in this publication are from Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) based on province or territory of residence indicated on T Tax and Benefit Returns. Final statistics are based on all returns (including reassessments up to June 30th of year following filing date for any given tax year) for the tax years from 2009 to the reference year of this publication. Data from a stratified random sample of individual tax returns are used for the 2004 to 2008 tax years. Community data are based on Individual Tax Statistics by Area (formerly Locality Code Statistics). Community assignment is based on the mailing address on returns. Except where noted, number of returns refers to all returns filed with and without reported income. Some returns are filed for the sole purpose of the GST Credit and/or Child Tax Benefit. All figures are reported in current-year dollars and have not been adjusted for inflation. Statistics pertaining to less than ten taxfilers have been suppressed, however they are included in the subtotals and totals. All counts of the number of taxfilers have been rounded to the nearest multiple of ten. Subtotals and totals were rounded independently. Thus, due to rounding and suppression, number in a row or in a column may not add up to the respective total. For the 203 tax year, the total number of income tax returns filed was 27,200; an increase of 290, or.%, compared to 202 (26,90). The total income assessed in 203 was $,437,942,000, the highest on record for Yukon and the seventh consecutive year that total income assessed exceeded the $ billion mark. For the 202 tax year, Yukoners filed 26,90 tax returns. The total income assessed was $,392,30,000. From 202 to 203, the total income assessed increased by $45,632,000, or 3.3%. In 203, Yukon s taxfilers had an average assessed income of $52,866; in 202, this figure was $5,740. The average income assessed increased by $,26, or 2.2% from 202 to 203. Total and Returns, Yukon, 2004 to 203 $,600 Total ($ millions) Total number of Returns 30,000 $,400 25,000 Total ($ millions) $,200 $,000 $800 $600 $400 20,000 5,000 0,000 Returns $200 5,000 $

2 Returns by Class, Yukon, 2004 to 203 Class Class $4,999 and under,680,60,580,570,590 $9,999 and under 3,460 3,370 3,290 3,060 3,20 $5,000-$9,999,490,440,320,330,290 $0,000-$4,999,980 2,590,490,650,520 $0,000-$4,999,750,730,650,690,640 $5,000-$9,999 2,30,580,590,640 2,740 $5,000-$9,999 2,20 2,60 2,0 2,00 2,00 $20,000-$24,999 2,040 2,020,760,450,640 $20,000-$24,999,740,750,800,790,80 $25,000-$29,999,470,590 2,00,990,430 $25,000-$29,999,530,600,620,560,550 $30,000-$34,999,000,650,600, $30,000-$34,999,440,50,490,420,470 $35,000-$39,999, ,80,250,260 $35,000-$39,999,370,400,380,490,40 $40,000-$44, ,200,090,40 $40,000-$44,999,320,270,360,320,330 $45,000-$49, , ,330,050 $45,000-$49,999,90,240,250,250,20 $50,000-$54,999,20,60,60,50,70 $50,000-$59,999,920,670,800,400,580 $55,000-$59,999,40,20,90,70,20 $60,000-$69,999,930,940 2,50 2,660 2,450 $60,000-$69,999,950 2,30 2,40 2,230 2,220 $70,000-$79,999,070,90,0,070,280 $70,000-$79,999,560,650,780,800,850 $80,000-$89, ,050, $80,000-$89,999,20,240,400,500,540 $90,000-$99, $90,000-$99, ,030,00,040 $00,000-$49, ,080,380 $00,000-$49,999,320,500,660,800 2,20 $50,000-$249, $50,000-$249, $250,000 and over $250,000 and over Total Returns 2,780 22,290 22,60 23,30 24,20 Total Returns 25,080 25,820 26,450 26,90 27,200 Returns by Age Group of Taxfilers, Yukon, 20 to 203 3,000 taxfilers 2,500 2,000,500, < Age groups Source: CRA T Final Statistics, Table Taxfilers in the years age group made up the largest number of taxfilers in 203. There were 2,880 tax-filers in this age group accounting for 0.6% of all taxfilers. Comparing 203 to 202, the age group with the largest increase in the number of taxfilers was the years, with an increase of 20, or 4.8%. by Age Group of Taxfilers, Yukon, 203 $0,384 $25,933 $4,45 $6,892 $65,772 $65,245 $68,55 $6,535 $57,90 $5,948 $52,28 Source: CRA T Final Statistics, Table 4. $42,453 $42,279 < Age groups In the 203 tax year, Yukon taxfilers average income assessed increased for each age group up to years, and then decreased slightly for the age group years. The highest average income of $68,55 was assessed for the years of age group. As would be expected, taxfilers in the less than 20 years age group had the lowest average income assessed in 203 at $0,384. 2

3 Returns by Class, Yukon and Selected Communities, 203 Under $0,000 $0,000- $4,999 $5,000- $9,999 $20,000- $24,999 $25,000- $29,999 $30,000- $34,999 $35,000- $39,999 Source: CRA Individual Tax Statistics by Area, Table. Based on Statistics Canada geographic units: Census Subdivision (CSD), Census Agglomeration (CA) and Census Division (CD). $40,000- $44,999 Carcross Carmacks Dawson Faro Haines Junction Mayo Old Crow Pelly Crossing Ross River Tagish Watson Lake Whitehorse 2,0,60,520,300,40,090, Yukon 2,920,650 2,0,820,550,470,400,320 $45,000- $49,999 $50,000- $59,999 $60,000- $69,999 $70,000-79,999 $80,000-89,999 $90,000-99,999 $00,000 and over Carcross Carmacks Dawson ,490 Faro Haines Junction Mayo Old Crow Pelly Crossing Ross River Tagish Watson Lake ,020 Whitehorse 970,820,840,550, ,470 2,220 Yukon,200 2,280 2,220,840,550,050 2,840 27,220 Total, Yukon and Selected Communities, 203 Source: CRA Individual Tax Statistics by Area, Table. Ross River Tagish Pelly Crossing Carcross Watson Lake Carmacks Old Crow Haines Junction Faro Dawson Mayo Yukon Whitehorse $30,985 $33,070 $34,4 $34,58 $38,874 $39,997 $43,835 $44,038 $44,707 $46,408 $48,763 $52,288 $55,22, Yukon and Selected Communities, 2004 to 203 Source: CRA Individual Tax Statistics by Area, Table Carcross $25,46 $26,559 $27,778 $33,438 $33,00 $32,352 $34,555 $33,887 $35,07 $34,58 Carmacks $25,674 $27,947 $30,933 $30,979 $32,70 $33,466 $37,369 $37,757 $38,7 $39,997 Dawson $34,040 $35,298 $36,826 $39,463 $40,369 $38,772 $40,97 $43,887 $44,049 $46,408 Faro $33,43 $34,204 $34,768 $36,348 $39,87 $39,48 $4,224 $43,928 $43,782 $44,707 Haines Junction $3,280 $34,28 $36,992 $38,70 $39,7 $40,55 $4,025 $42,427 $43,40 $44,038 Mayo $30,5 $33,4 $35,357 $37,584 $37,785 $39,584 $45,982 $46,387 $48,069 $48,763 Old Crow $30,44 $33,032 $35,467 $32,984 $32,447 $35,500 $33,489 $38,305 $42,66 $43,835 Pelly Crossing $25,245 $28,073 $28,304 $28,705 $28,37 $3,564 $28,58 $28,76 $3,548 $34,4 Ross River $2,587 $24,368 $28,57 $30,983 $33,322 $30,696 $34,374 $32,876 $3,938 $30,985 Tagish $23,629 $26,83 $27,088 $3,888 $30,68 $34,063 $33,489 $33,947 $33,800 $33,070 Watson Lake $27,888 $30,665 $32,343 $34,35 $35,682 $34,276 $35,994 $37,50 $36,746 $38,874 Whitehorse $39,567 $4,49 $43,545 $46,895 $48,043 $48,673 $50,25 $53,56 $54,637 $55,22 Yukon $37,79 $39,205 $4,259 $44,297 $45,5 $45,874 $47,58 $50,59 $5,509 $52,288 3

4 Returns by Major Source of, Yukon, 203 Returns Total Fishing and Farming 20 $353 Self-employed Sales 30 $,79 Professional 60 $2,776 Investment 890 $86,39 Benefit 2,0 $39,464 Business Proprietorship,570 $6,04 or Partnership Pension 3,50 $,053 Employment 8,780 $,095,36 Other 490 $30,485 Total 27,200 $,437,942 Returns 20,000 5,000 0,000 5,000 0 Fishing and Farming Returns Self-employed Sales Professional Investment Total Benefit Business Proprietorship or Partnership Pension Source: CRA T Final Statistics, Table 3. Employment Other $,250,000 $,000,000 $750,000 $500,000 $250,000 $0 Total In the graph and the table above, returns have been grouped by major source of income. For self-employment income, the gross income was used to determine the major source of income. For instance, a taxfiler who reported employment earnings of $30,000, gross business income of $25,000, and investment income of $5,000 would be classified under employment. Farming and Fishing: self-employed taxfilers who earn their major source of income from fishing or farming. Self-employed Sales: taxfilers whose major source of earnings is commission income from self-employment. Professional : self-employed taxfilers whose major source of income is professional fees (including accountants, doctors and surgeons, dentists, lawyers and notaries, engineers and architects, entertainers, artists, etc.). Investment: taxfilers whose major source of income is interest, taxable dividends from Canadian corporations, taxable capital gains, limited partnership net income and other investment income. Benefit: taxfilers whose major source of income is employment insurance, social assistance payments, Universal Child Care Benefits, workers compensation benefits, and net federal supplements. Business Proprietorship or Partnership: taxfilers whose major source of income is business income. Pension: taxfilers whose major source of income is pension or split pension income. Employment: taxfilers employed by a business, institution, school, federal or provincial Crown corporation, or some form of government body. Other: taxfilers whose major source of income is alimony, RRSP income, registered disability savings plan income or other unspecified income. Returns by Source of, Yukon and Selected Communities, 203 Employment Pension Investment Self-employment Social Benefit Payment Other Total (no.) (no.) (no.) (no.) (no.) (no.) (no.) Carcross 240 $7, $, $ $ $, $ $0,720 Carmacks 350 $, $,04 30 $ $97 70 $, $ $5,99 Dawson,20 $49, $5, $4, $3, $3,95 30 $2,036,490 $69,48 Faro 90 $8, $, $ $ $ $ $2,58 Haines Junction 480 $9, $4, $ $ $, $, $28,625 Mayo 30 $3, $,55 70 $, $ $, $ $8,530 Old Crow 50 $5, $362 0 $5 0 $ $55 70 $ $7,452 Pelly Crossing 280 $7,72 60 $ $78 30 $38 50 $ $ $9,90 Ross River 200 $5, $464 0 $6 20 $48 70 $, $ $8,366 Tagish 20 $3,5 90 $,93 70 $ $6 60 $ $ $6,64 Watson Lake 750 $28, $4,34 70 $,245 0 $, $3, $832,020 $39,65 Whitehorse 7,0 $866,3 4,470 $0,085 6,700 $76,33 2,970 $49,033 5,90 $4,973 4,580 $37,246 2,220 $,7,782 Yukon 2,860 $,046,427 5,980 $26,478 7,860 $86,54 3,870 $57,893 7,570 $6,053 5,960 $45,400 27,220 $,423,286 Self-employment includes net income from: business, professional, commission, farming and fishing. Source: CRA Individual Tax Statistics by Area, Table 4. In Yukon in 203, of all returns filed with some type of income (27,220): 80.3% had employment income (average of $47,869); 22.0% had pension income (average of $2,50); 28.9% claimed investment income (average of $0,96); 4.2% claimed self-employment income (average of $4,959); 27.8% received government social benefit payments (average of $8,065); and 2.9% claimed other income (average of $7,67). 4

5 Returns by Class and Retirement Contributions, Yukon, 203 Class Total Contributors Contributors Some taxfilers may be contributing to both a Registered Pension Plan and a Registered Retirement Savings Plan. Returns with Retirement Contributions, Yukon, 2004 to 203 Some taxfilers may be contributing to both a Registered Pension Plan and a Registered Retirement Savings Plan. Total Retirement Contribution Percentage of Contributed to Retirement $9,999 and under $,986 0 $8 40 $50 $68 $, % $0,000-$9,999 $57, $35 20 $254 $289 $, % $20,000-$29,999 $83, $ $442 $624 $,48 0.7% $30,000-$39,999 $00, $ $,69 $,69 $2,88.6% $40,000-$49,999 $3, $, $2,074 $3,74 $2, % $50,000-$59,999 $25, $2, $2,877 $5,030 $3, % $60,000-$69,999 $43,985,050 $3, $3,828 $7,772 $4, % $70,000-$79,999 $38,2 990 $4,4 860 $4,278 $8,689 $4, % $80,000-$89,999 $3, $5, $4,848 $9,890 $5,69 7.5% $90,000-$99,999 $98, $3, $4,045 $7,866 $6, % $00,000-$49,999 $250,405,240 $8,657,270 $3,77 $2,834 $8, % $50,000 and over $83, $2, $0,582 $3,227 $6, % Total $,437,942 7,00 $32,476 7,060 $47,625 $80,0 $5, % Total Registered Pension Plan (RPP) Registered Pension Plan (RPP) Contributors Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) Contributors Total Combined RPP and RRSP Combined RRP and RRSP Contribution % of Contributed to Retirement 203 $,437,942 7,00 $32,476 7,060 $47,625 $80,0 $5, % 202 $,392,30 6,790 $28,752 6,940 $42,00 $70,762 $5,54 5.% 20 $,34,20 6,780 $27,235 6,730 $40,353 $67,588 $5, % 200 $,234,82 6,760 $25,83 6,530 $36,503 $62,334 $4, % 2009 $,66,684 6,630 $24,02 6,270 $36,368 $60,380 $4,68 5.2% 2008 $,25,580 6,40 $22,285 6,850 $34,862 $57,47 $4,399 5.% 2007 $,053,747 6,640 $20,474 7,470 $42,87 $62,66 $4,44 5.9% 2006 $959,074 5,80 $7,772 6,830 $45,228 $63,000 $4, % 2005 $868,500 6,500 $7,600 6,220 $35,558 $53,58 $4,79 6.% 2004 $798,57 5,530 $4,507 6,040 $32,39 $46,646 $4, % Comparing 203 to 202, the total income assessed increased by $45.6 million, or 3.3%, while the total contributions to RPPs and RRSPs increased by $9.3 million, or 3.2%. The number of taxfilers contributing to RPPs increased by 220, or 3.2%, and the number of contributors to RRSPs increased by 20, or.7%. Over the same time period, the average combined contribution amount increased from $5,54 to $5,693 in Yukon, a difference of $539, or 0.5%. Nationally, the 203 RPP and RRSP contribution average was $5,3, which is 382, or 7.2%, lower than the average for Yukon. 4.0% 4.% 4.7% 4.0% RRSP RPP 3.% 3.% 3.0% 3.0% 3.0% 3.3% Retirement Contributions as a Percentage of Total, Yukon, 2004 to 203.8% 2.0%.9%.9% 2.0% 2.% 2.% 2.0% 2.% 2.3% Source: CRA T Final Statistics, Table

6 Returns by Total and Taxable, Canada, Provinces and Territories, 203 Total Number of Returns Total Assesssed Number of Returns with Taxable Taxable Taxable Canada 27,3,00 $,226,27,866 $45,98 26,82,430 $,092,325,095 $4,720 Nfld and Labrador 427,530 $8,037,642 $42,90 409,40 $6,054,257 $39,23 Prince Edward Island 2,540 $4,243,986 $37,7 0,90 $3,789,20 $34,388 Nova Scotia 739,220 $29,390,408 $39,759 73,400 $26,225,439 $36,76 New Brunswick 604,080 $22,707,78 $37,59 583,520 $20,26,69 $34,722 Quebec 6,445,570 $258,086,695 $40,04 6,20,360 $227,57,02 $36,688 Ontario 0,226,230 $467,956,23 $45,760 9,837,560 $45,86,967 $42,273 Manitoba 95,080 $38,482,642 $40, ,440 $34,405,832 $37,38 Saskatchewan 828,260 $39,25,90 $47, ,560 $34,937,54 $43,533 Alberta 2,987,290 $8,209,74 $60,660 2,927,990 $64,43,837 $56,59 British Columbia 3,585,970 $58,669,626 $44,247 3,488,30 $4,88,485 $40,676 Yukon 27,200 $,437,942 $52,866 26,580 $,200,934 $45,82 Northwest Territories 3,440 $,85,900 $57,758 30,520 $,552,684 $50,874 Nunavut 20,700 $985,063 $47,588 9,60 $829,28 $42,285 Outside Canada 43,900 $4,22,893 $28,65 05,70 $3,376,430 $32,04 Source: CRA T Final Statistics, Table 5., Canada, Province andterritories, 203 NB PEI NS QC MB NFLD BC CAN ON SK NU YT NWT AB $0 $0,000 $20,000 $30,000 $40,000 $50,000 $60,000 In 203, Yukon ranked third highest in the country for average income assessed ($52,866) following Alberta ($60,660) and the Northwest Territories ($57,758). Yukon s average taxable income assessed ($45,82) was also third highest following again Alberta ($56,59) and the Northwest Territories ($50,874). Returns by Total and Taxable, Yukon, 2004 to 203 Total Number of Returns Total Total Number of Returns with Taxable Taxable Taxable ,200 $,437,942,000 $52,866 26,580 $,200,934,000 $45, ,90 $,392,30,000 $5,740 26,320 $,68,046,000 $44, ,450 $,34,20,000 $50,707 25,780 $,9,086,000 $43, ,820 $,234,82,000 $47,824 25,20 $,024,8,000 $40, ,080 $,66,684,000 $46,59 24,40 $966,422,000 $39, ,20 $,25,580,000 $46,666 23,50 $927,853,000 $39, ,30 $,053,747,000 $45,206 22,570 $870,473,000 $38, ,60 $959,074,000 $42,48 2,450 $787,524,000 $36, ,290 $868,500,000 $38,964 2,260 $698,05,000 $32, ,780 $798,57,000 $36,665 20,480 $642,37,000 $3,363 The average total income assessed in Yukon increased from $36,665 in 2004 to $52,866 in 203. This represents an increase of $6,20 or 44.2%. Over the same time period, average taxable income assessed increased from $3,363 in 2004 to $45,82 in 203; a difference of $3,89, or 44.%. 6

7 Returns by Age Group and Gender of Taxfilers, Yukon, 203 Both Sexes Source: CRA T Final Statistics, Table Age Groups Total < Total number of returns 27,200,00 4,780 5,070 4,770 5,630 3,780 2,080 Total income assessed $,437,942 $,422 $64,22 $276,5 $304,498 $376,422 $27,74 $88,098 income assessed $52,866 $0,384 $34,354 $54,46 $63,836 $66,860 $57,453 $42,355 Total number of returns with taxable income 26,580,00 4,680 4,960 4,640 5,40 3,720 2,080 Taxable income assessed $,200,934 $0,84 $43,240 $233,230 $254,902 $308,930 $76,329 $73,490 taxable income assessed $45,82 $9,83 $30,607 $47,022 $54,936 $57,04 $47,400 $35,332 Total number of returns with tax payable 20, ,00 4,0 4,030 4,780 2,840,020 Tax payable $26,5 $460 $9,432 $4,762 $50,388 $63,324 $3,934 $9,20 tax payable $0,756 $,840 $6,268 $0,6 $2,503 $3,248 $,244 $9,029 Males Total number of returns 3, ,360 2,430 2,300 2,800 2,020,090 Total income assessed $782, $5,904 $89,25 $47,020 $58,86 $202,49 $24,979 $53,849 income assessed $57,763 $,40 $37,765 $60,502 $69,050 $72,293 $6,87 $49,403 Total number of returns with taxable income 3, ,30 2,380 2,230 2,650,990,090 Taxable income assessed $659,3 $5,589 $79,8 $26,20 $34,482 $67,97 $00,995 $45,523 taxable income assessed $50,009 $0,545 $34,250 $53,029 $60,306 $63,093 $50,75 $4,764 Total number of returns with tax payable 0,320 30,690 2,090,980 2,360, Tax payable $26,660 $309 $2,049 $24,30 $28,040 $36,260 $9,324 $6,376 tax payable $2,273 $2,377 $7,30 $,627 $4,62 $5,364 $2,630 $,386 Females Total number of returns 3, ,40 2,640 2,470 2,830, Total income assessed $655,724 $5,59 $75,07 $29,095 $45,683 $73,93 $92,95 $34,250 income assessed $48,003 $9,682 $3,50 $48,900 $58,98 $6,453 $52,683 $34,596 Total number of returns with taxable income 3, ,360 2,570 2,420 2,760, Taxable income assessed $54,75 $5,226 $64,04 $07,020 $20,42 $4,645 $75,334 $27,967 taxable income assessed $40,426 $9,68 $27,63 $4,642 $49,76 $5,32 $43,546 $28,249 Total number of returns with tax payable 9,80 20,40 2,030 2,060 2,420, Tax payable $89,823 $52 $7,380 $7,462 $22,347 $27,039 $2,60 $2,834 tax payable $9,56 $,267 $5,234 $8,602 $0,848 $,73 $9,553 $6,6 (based on all returns) and Taxable (based on number of returns with taxable income) by Age Group and Gender, Yukon, 203 $80,000 $70,000 $60,000 $50,000 $40,000 $30,000 $20,000 $0,000 $0 Avg (Males) Avg Taxable (Males) Avg (Females) Avg Taxable (Females) < All ages In 203, the average income assessed for males in Yukon ($57,763) was $2,688, or 4.9% higher than the average for Canada ($55,075). For females in Yukon, the 203 average income assessed ($48,003) was $2,007, or 33.4%, higher than the figure for Canada ($35,996). Tax Payable (based on number of returns with tax payable) by Age Group and Gender, Yukon, 203 $6,000 $4,000 $2,000 $0,000 $8,000 $6,000 $4,000 $2,000 $0 Males Females < All ages Source: CRA T Final Statistics, Table 4. In 203, the average tax payable for male taxpayers in Yukon ($2,273) was $579, or 4.5% lower than the Canadian average ($2,853). For female taxpayers in Yukon, the 203 average tax payable ($9,56) was $,756, or 23.7%, higher than the figure for Canada ($7,40). 7

8 Tax Payable as a Percentage of Total, Canada, Provinces and Territories, % 4.7% 5.% 5.3% 5.7% 6.4% 6.4% 6.9% 6.9% 7.2% 7.3% 8.0% 20.5% 9.3% Canada 5.% Federal, provincial/territorial and First Nations taxes are included. * Outside Canada Source: CRA T Final Statistics, Table 5. Tax Payable (based on total number of returns), Canada, Provinces and Territories, 203 $9,987 $0,924 Canada $6,832 $6,486 $6,52 $6,948 $7,23 $7,258 $7,725 $7,750 $7,960 $5,539 $5,86 $5,924 $3,729 Federal, provincial/territorial and First Nations taxes are included. * Outside Canada Source: CRA T Final Statistics, Table 5. Tax Payable (based on number of returns with tax payable), Canada, Provinces and Territories, 203 $3,366 $5,202 $4,547 $4,769 Canada $0,28 $7,95 $8,433 $9,355 $,379 $,460 $9,907 $0,083 $0,66 $0,756 $6,034 Federal, provincial/territorial and First Nations taxes are included. * Outside Canada Source: CRA T Final Statistics, Table 5. Executive Council Office Bureau of Statistics Info sheet no. 7 Apr 206 Additional information Government of Yukon Executive Council Office Bureau of Statistics (A-8C) Box 2703, Whitehorse, Yukon YA 2C6 Telephone: (867) ; Fax: (867) website: 8

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