Property Taxes Data for Bean Counters

City of Edmonton Property Taxes

Year (1)Property Tax Start (2)Property Tax Percentage Increase (3)Property Tax Dollar Increase (4)Property Tax Paid (5)
20122,500.005.10%127.502,627.50
20132,627.506.60%173.422,800.92
20142,800.926.80%190.462,991.38
20152,991.385.60%167.523,158.89
20163,158.892.60%82.133,241.03
20173,241.033.40%110.193,351.22
20183,351.222.90%97.193,448.41
20193,448.412.60%89.663,538.06
20203,538.060.00%0.003,538.06
Total Yearly Increases35.60%$1,038.06
Actual % Increase41.52%
(1,038.06 / 2500 = 41.52)
  • 1 – This is the year
  • 2 – This is the property tax before tax increase
  • 3 – This is the city council approved tax increase percentage
  • 4 – This is city council approved dollar amount increase for the year
  • 5 – This is the amount of property taxes that have to be paid

Notes: – In this example column (5) becomes the opening amount in column (2) the following years 2013 – 2020.

Pensions Indexed to the Rate of Inflation

 Year (6)Pension Amount Start (7)Pension Inflation Percentage Increase (8)Pension Dollar Increase (9)Pension Amount Paid (10)Total Percentage Increase (11)
20121,000.001.50%15.001,015.001.50%
20131,015.000.90%9.141,024.142.41%
20141,024.141.90%19.461,043.594.36%
20151,043.591.10%11.481,055.075.51%
20161,055.071.40%14.771,069.846.98%
20171,069.841.60%17.121,086.968.70%
20181,086.962.30%25.001,111.9611.20%
20191,111.961.90%21.131,133.0913.31%
20201,133.090.70%7.931,141.0214.10%
Total Yearly Increases13.30%$141.02
Actual % Increase (1,141.02 / 1000)14.10%
(6) – Year
(7) The pension amount  start is the amount paid the previous year. Except for 2012
(8) – This is inflation increase calculated by Government of Canada
(9) – This is dollar amount increase for the year
(10) – This is monthly amount paid for the year
(11) – Accumulated annual increases from 2012