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My RRSP slips do not match my contributions. I put $50 in my RRSP each month, but my slips says $450 for the remainder of the year and $100 for the first 60 days. Why?

 
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My RRSP slips do not match my contributions. I put $50 in my RRSP each month, but my slips says $450 for the remainder of the year and $100 for the first 60 days. Why?

This is a question you would ask your investment advisor.

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My RRSP slips do not match my contributions. I put $50 in my RRSP each month, but my slips says $450 for the remainder of the year and $100 for the first 60 days. Why?

That isn't at all helpful. You certainly aren't a "tax expert."
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My RRSP slips do not match my contributions. I put $50 in my RRSP each month, but my slips says $450 for the remainder of the year and $100 for the first 60 days. Why?

Oh wow...how would a tax expert know the answer to this question?  Jeffrey is right.
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My RRSP slips do not match my contributions. I put $50 in my RRSP each month, but my slips says $450 for the remainder of the year and $100 for the first 60 days. Why?

Check out other questions and answers, David. The whole purpose of this feature is to receive an answer from a "tax expert" or someone else who may know. I was asking because I thought there may be something I didn't know about RRSP amounts, some "rule" or the like that someone could point out to me that I was missing. In the future I'll go straight to my bank.
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My RRSP slips do not match my contributions. I put $50 in my RRSP each month, but my slips says $450 for the remainder of the year and $100 for the first 60 days. Why?

You mean...where you should have gone first?  Again...how would a tax expert know the answer to your question?
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My RRSP slips do not match my contributions. I put $50 in my RRSP each month, but my slips says $450 for the remainder of the year and $100 for the first 60 days. Why?

Reread the third sentence of my response, David. You must be a bitter "tax expert" in your personal life. You are disturbingly invested in this situation.
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My RRSP slips do not match my contributions. I put $50 in my RRSP each month, but my slips says $450 for the remainder of the year and $100 for the first 60 days. Why?

Bye bye!
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My RRSP slips do not match my contributions. I put $50 in my RRSP each month, but my slips says $450 for the remainder of the year and $100 for the first 60 days. Why?

What nonsense is this?  The only one to ask would be the one who produced your receipts.
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