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tax96
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Stop CPP contributions

Hi all - I am a self employed individual who turned 65 during 2021 with only employment income and wish to stop contributions the month I turned 65. I can find in the T4A(P) section the question that asks me when I want to stop. The problem is that it will only impact my CPP payable (line 42100) if I put something in the T4A(P) benefits (even if it's zero), in which case it will prorate my contributions from my birthday. But I don't get a T4A(P) because I have not elected to receive any benefits, so how am I suppose to stop contributions without a T4A(P)?

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TurboTaxGinette
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Stop CPP contributions

You will need to make sure that you are between the ages of 65 and 70. 

You will then need to enter your T4A(P) no matter if you have one or not- Under the T4A(P) Summary You will see the following questions below which I am sharing as a screenshot.

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