Ontario Prosperity Gap: Government Proves It

This data is off the income tax filing for the year 2015, filed in 2016. The income tax gap is humongous between the have and have-not in Ontario. It is true, that the middle-class is dead, and only a very very small few are middle-class and up. (Gov website)

Age Group 1st Bracket
(<=$44,701)
2nd Bracket
(>$44,701 &
<=$89,401)
3rd Bracket
(>$89,401 &
<=$138,586)
4th Bracket
(>$138,586)
All Brackets
All Ages 65.42% 25.68% 5.95% 2.95% 100.00%
20 – 64 61.16% 28.42% 7.13% 3.29% 100.00%
65 – 0ver 85 73.93% 20.79% 2.97% 2.31% 100.00%
Under 20 98.86% 0.91% 0.16% 0.08% 100.00%
Under 20 387,560 3,560 610 310 392,040
20 to 24 747,280 48,010 3,450 1,070 799,820
25 to 29 591,560 197,880 18,840 3,930 812,210
30 to 34 487,310 260,330 46,820 12,340 806,810
35 to 39 432,760 259,920 66,550 24,150 783,380
40 to 44 416,730 268,130 82,700 37,160 804,720
45 to 49 437,840 281,660 89,840 44,400 853,740
50 to 54 501,540 312,560 97,290 50,570 961,960
55 to 59 498,210 277,110 78,360 43,920 897,610
60 to 64 475,240 226,430 50,760 29,310 781,740
65 to 69 483,000 178,050 26,450 18,400 705,900
70 to 74 371,990 110,530 14,010 11,720 508,250
75 to 79 298,530 71,560 9,300 7,560 386,950
80 to 84 229,110 48,680 6,780 5,630 290,200
85 and over 250,590 50,420 9,140 7,790 317,940
Total 6,609,270 2,594,830 600,900 298,260 10,103,250

 

Marriage Age

1st Bracket
(<=$44,701)
2nd Bracket
(>$44,701 &
<=$89,401)
3rd Bracket
(>$89,401 &
<=$138,586)
4th Bracket
(>$138,586)
All Brackets
Marriage Age (25 – 44) 1,928,360 986,260 214,910 77,580 3,207,120
Marriage Age (25 – 44) 60% 31% 7% 2% 100%

 

Consumer Life Stage

1st Bracket
(<=$44,701)
2nd Bracket
(>$44,701 &
<=$89,401)
3rd Bracket
(>$89,401 &
<=$138,586)
4th Bracket
(>$138,586)
All Brackets
20 – 64 4,588,470 2,132,030 534,610 246,850 7,501,990
65 – 0ver 85 1,633,220 459,240 65,680 51,100 2,209,240
Under 20 387,560 3,560 610 310 392,040