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I'm currently living in Washington state, US but have a probable job offer in Ontario. I make around 60k now with my employer paying almost my whole health insurance cost. The new job will likely pay between 70 and 75k Canadian. We have a hobby farm and write off expenses for it.

I know Canadian taxes are higher and I plan to apply for residency and all that. We would be buying a property and it looks like interest rates are much lower than in my state.

I am trying to figure out if I will end up effectively taking a pay cut after taxes and health costs and anything else I'm not thinking of.

Any advice appreciated!
 

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Health costs for most things are paid via your taxes. Employers also usually offer health plans for those things not covered by the province (ie. prescription drugs, dental, etc.).
 
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