Canadian Taxes

Some Canadian Taxes


 This is NOT Ripley’s Believe It or Not…
 This is Canada – eh!

1. Accounts Receivable Tax
2. Building Permit Tax
3. Capital Gains Tax
4. CDL license Tax
5. Cigarette Tax
6. Corporate Income Tax
7. Court Fines (indirect taxes)
8. Dog License Tax
9. Federal Income Tax

10. Federal Unemployment Tax (FUTA)

11. Fishing License Tax
12. Food License Tax
13. Fuel permit tax
14. Gasoline Tax
15. Hunting License Tax
16. Inheritance Tax
17. Revenue Canada Interest Charges (tax on top of tax)
18. Revenue Canada Penalties (tax on top of tax)
19. Liquor Tax
20. Local Income Tax

21. Luxury Taxes
22. Marriage License Tax
23. Medicare Tax
24. Property Tax

25. Real Estate Tax
26. Septic Permit Tax
27. Service Charge Taxes
28. Social Security Tax
29. Road Usage Taxes (Truckers)
30. Sales Taxes
31. Recreational Vehicle Tax
32. Road Toll Booth Taxes
33. School Tax
34. Provincial Income Tax
35. Unemployment Tax
36. Telephone Federal Excise Tax
37. Telephone Federal Universal Service Tax
38. Telephone Federal Surcharge Tax
39. Telephone Local Surcharge Tax
40. Telephone Minimum Usage Surcharge Tax
41. Telephone Recurring and Non-recurring Charges Tax
42. Telephone and Local Tax
43. Telephone Usage Charge Tax
44. Toll Bridge Taxes

45. Toll Tunnel Taxes
46. Traffic Fines (indirect taxation)
47. Trailer Registration Tax
48. Utility Taxes
49. Vehicle License Registration Tax
50. Vehicle Tax
51. Watercraft Registration Tax
52. Well Permit Tax
53. Workers Compensation Tax
54. GST on EVERYTHING…including your funeral….
55. Entertainment tax.

Not one of these taxes existed 100 years ago and Canada was prosperous, had absolutely no national debt, had one of the
largest middle class in the world and Mom stayed home to raise the kids!





Money Is Evil

Money Is Evil

Okay. Can’t get a loan because I don’t have a credit history.
You get a credit history by having and using credit cards, or getting and paying off loans

Can’t get a credit card because I have no credit history

Possible Solutions:

1. Get a secure credit card. A secure credit card means that if you want a card with a $500 limit, you give the bank $500. No, this isn’t a joke. You "borrow" off of your own fucking money and if your late paying back your own fucking money, you get to pay late fees and 10% interest on money you ALREADY FUCKING HAVE.

2. A secured bank loan. This one makes even less sense to me. In this scenario, you take money you already have, put it in the bank, get a loan on that money (which is now the bank’s), and pay that money back plus intrest over a period of months – with the usual harsh penalties for not paying them on time.