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Unused RRSP contributions are contributions you made to an RRSP (in a prior year) that have been carried forward. In other words, you reported the contribution on your tax return for the year in which you made the contribution but did not apply it as... read more
There are a few different reasons your CPP amounts may be different from what you're expecting. Your birthdate is incorrect or you turned 18 or 70 during the tax year. The CPP amount you're required to pay is based on your age income. TurboTax may be... read more
Unused RRSP contributions are contributions you made to an RRSP (in a prior year) that have been carried forward. In other words, you reported the contribution on your tax return for the year in which you made the contribution but did not apply it as... read more
RRSP slips from contributions made between March 3, 2019, and March 2, 2020 (inclusively), as well as contributions made before this that have not already been reported, are entered in TurboTax in the same way. For an RRSP contribution made before Ma... read more
Your RRSP contributions can be found in your RRSP summary. Select the Find tool in the upper-right corner of your screen. In the search field: For the online edition of TurboTax, type "RRSP summary." For the CD/download edition, type "RRSP/PRPP summa... read more
You can change the amount of RRSP contributions that get carried forward (to reduce your taxable income in a future year) by changing the amount you’d like to claim this year. The amount available for deduction– the amount you deduct= amount that get... read more
There are a few different reasons your CPP amounts may be different from what you're expecting. Your birthdate is incorrect or you turned 18 or 70 during the tax year. The CPP amount you're required to pay is based on your age income. TurboTax may be... read more
Your ability to split your pension income with your spouse is determined by a number of key factors, such as province of residence (Quebec or otherwise), age, income, and claimed credits and deductions. In order to optimize your pension-income split,... read more
There are two steps to entering your eligible retiring allowance transferred to an RRSP: First, you'll enter your T4 slip; Then, you'll enter the transfer to your RRSP. Enter your T4 slip: Select Find in the upper-right hand corner. In the Find windo... read more
If you are married or living with a common-law partner, you receive pension income, and you are in different tax brackets, it might make sense to split your pension income. The TurboTax Pension Splitting Optimizer automatically calculates the best di... read more
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