I have group RRSPs from my company (my company matches a certain percentage of what I contribute). How are group RRSPs reported on the tax return?


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Any non-transfer contribution made into an RRSP in your name before March 2nd 2015 must be reported in the same way. CRA doesn't care if it is made through a group plan or your own personal plan. It's all the same to them!
You must be careful not to exceed your 2014 Deduction limit amount A on your 2013 Notice of Assessment. This can occur if group RRSP contributions aren't taken into account.

CRA is lenient and permits $2000 overcontribution ( but not deduction) before penalties apply.
Also if you do go over, file a T1-OVS to report the overage, and sanction the withdrawal of excess amounts.

In any event, no matter what you contribute, you can only deduct up to amount A from your 2014 income.
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