Table of exemptions for calculation of the seizable portion of your income - Seizure

The following table shows the exemptions to which you are entitled according to the number of your dependents and the frequency at which your work income is paid.

If you are self-employed, the amount of your monthly exemption is shown in the last column.

Exemptions (for the period April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019)

Exemptions depending on payment frequency (for salaried employees)
Number of dependentsWeeklyEvery 2 weeksTwice monthlyMonthly
exemption
None$298.56$597.12$646.88$1293.75
1$417.98$835.96$905.62$1811.24
2$477.69$955.38$1034.99$2069.98
3$537.40$1074.80$1164.36$2328.72
4$597.11$1194.22$1293.73$2587.47
$656.82$1313.64$1423.11$2846.21
$716.53$1433.06$1552.48$3104.95
$776.24$1552.48$1681.85$3363.70
$835.95$1671.90$1811.22$3622.44
9$895.66$1791.32$1940.59$3881.18
10$955.37$1910.40$2069.96$4139.93
11$1015.08$2030.16$2199.34$4398.67
12 $1074.79$2149.58$2328.71$4657.41

Exceptions

Some pensions paid out by pensions funds are unseizable. However, part of the pension capital may be seized to repay debts resulting from unpaid support payments.

To find out more about income that is considered to be unseizable, see the page Unseizable property and income.

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