REGISTERED RETIREMENT SAVING PLAN (“RRSP”)
WHAT IS A RRSP?
A Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) is a retirement account that’s existed since 1957. RRSPs were introduced by the government to help Canadians save for retirement. The main benefit of RRSPs is that tax on RRSP contributions is deferred until retirement.
WHO CAN ISSUE RRSPs?
Credit unions and
Trust companies can issue RRSP
DEADLINE FOR CONTRIBUTING TO AN RRSP
For the 2019 tax year you can contribute to an RRSP until March 2, 2020.
HOW DO YOU CLAIM YOUR RRSP DEDUCTION?
In your Income Tax and Benefit Return, you can deduct RRSP contributions that you made. Your RRSP issuer will give you a receipt for the amounts that you contributed. If you contributed to your spouse’s or common-law partner’s RRSP, the receipt should show your name as the contributor and spouse’s or common-law partner’s name as the annuitant.
AGE LIMIT FOR CONTRIBUTING TO AN RRSP
The year you turn 71 is the last year which you can make a contribution to your RRSP.
HOW MUCH CAN YOU DEDUCT?
The amount of RRSP contributions that you can deduct for 2019 is based on your RRSP deduction limit which appears on your latest Notice of Assessment.
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