How much should I reserve for the next tax year (Canada)?

I started working as a full timer this year and I never pay too much attention to my taxes when I was a student. I want to reserve some money to pay my tax during the March/ April tax filing period. I know that the government takes part of our money from each paycheque for fed tax,, EI, CPP. How much do we still need to pay (approx) for the tax period, assuming my annual salary is less than $36,000 (plus no tuition, rrsp or any misc to reduce tax and living in Ontario)? Thanks for helping

Asked By: Jen - 8/5/2007
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Assuming your employer makes all the right deductions, and you have filled in the TD1 (the tax forms they give you before you begin your job) correctly, you should not have to pay any more taxes at tax return filing time. To see if they have made the right deductions, use the CRA online payroll calculator... More
Answered By: Kenneth Keung - 8/9/2007
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play it safe go 20% net
Answered By: tony.klix - 8/6/2007
If you are working full time I think we can safely assume you filled in your TD1 correctly and they are taking out enough CPP, EI and taxes...from your paycheque. If you would like to check it I've given you the CRA website, in the payroll area you can actually check a pay cheque to be sure, it will check deductions... More
Answered By: Debb - 8/7/2007
Assuming you filled out your TD1 correctly, and have had no other income (RRSP income is a big one people often forget about, since the bank does withhold a bit of money from it), you shouldn't owe anything... More
Answered By: CanadianBlondie - 8/8/2007
call 1800 O canada for more info and go to the revenue canada site to learn more.
Answered By: CCC - 8/9/2007
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