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My emploter match my RRSP contribution (6% annual salay, and call thispart as DPSP). how to file fo them

my emploter match my RRSP contribution (6% annual salay, and call thispart as DPSP). In T4, Item 50 has a registration number. should I report this amount contribted by empolyer? if so, how to file fo them?Best Regards,Don

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My emploter match my RRSP contribution (6% annual salay, and call thispart as DPSP). how to file fo them

You do not report DPSP amounts directly either as income or as part of your RRSP contributions. Instead, report the Pension Adjustment amount (PA) that appears in box 52 of your T4. Report this into box 52 of the T4 entry page in Turbotax.

Do not report box 50, this is a pension reference number , in this case for your DPSP.


Your DPSP employer contribution is reflected in the box 52 entry, and reduces your RRSP deduction limit Amount A for 2015 that CRA will calculate and will show on your Notice of Assessment.

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My emploter match my RRSP contribution (6% annual salay, and call thispart as DPSP). how to file fo them

You do not report DPSP amounts directly either as income or as part of your RRSP contributions. Instead, report the Pension Adjustment amount (PA) that appears in box 52 of your T4. Report this into box 52 of the T4 entry page in Turbotax.

Do not report box 50, this is a pension reference number , in this case for your DPSP.


Your DPSP employer contribution is reflected in the box 52 entry, and reduces your RRSP deduction limit Amount A for 2015 that CRA will calculate and will show on your Notice of Assessment.

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