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Joining a PRPP

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Jan 13, 2020 ... up-to-date. For more information, see Where can you find your RRSP deduction limit? Related links Determining your residency status Pension supervisory authorities Government partners Federally Regulated Business and Industries

T5 Guide – Return of Investment Income - 2019

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Nov 4, 2019 ..., additional, amended, or cancelled) from our website calculate all of the totals for the summary create an electronic information return containing slips and a summary, which can be saved and imported at a later date print all your slips and your summary validate data in real time After you submit your information return, you will receive a confirmation number

RRSP contribution receipt return

Canada Revenue Agency

Jan 13, 2020 ... errors made by RRSP issuers when filing the RRSP contribution information return Due dates, penalties and interest Find out when you must file the return for a contribution year and what are penalties and interest if you fail to file on time Forms and publications Guide T4079, T4RSP and T4RIF Guide Form T1171, Tax Withholding Waiver on Accumulated Income Payments

Deemed disposition of property

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Jan 21, 2020 ...Deemed disposition of property The CRA discusses the tax treatment of capital property the deceased owned at the date of death. The CRA deals with capital property in general (capital property other than depreciable property), as well as the particular treatment of depreciable property, and farm and fishing property transferred to a child. The CRA discusses

Newsletter no. 09-1, Administrative Relief Procedures for Retroactive Lump-Sum Catch-Up Payments

Canada Revenue Agency

Jan 13, 2020 ... (if applied); date of lump-sum payment; total lump-sum retroactive amount paid; and reason for the delay in pension commencement. The member's name, date of birth, and social insurance number help us in correctly identifying the taxpayer. The retirement date and the deferred member's date of termination of employment is important because they allow us to see when

Employers’ Guide – Payroll Deductions and Remittances

Canada Revenue Agency

Nov 4, 2019 ... intitulée Guide de l’employeur – Les retenues sur la paie et les versements. Table of Contents Is this guide for you? What’s new? Remittance due dates View remitting requirements Chapter 1 – General information Do you need to register for a payroll program account? Contacts and authorized representatives Employment in Quebec Are you an employer? Employment

Are you an international student studying in Canada?

Canada Revenue Agency

Jan 21, 2020 ... to pay. In order to receive these payments or credits, you must file an income tax return. For more information, see "Do you have to file a return?". If you lived in Quebec on December 31, you may have to file a separate provincial return. For more information, contact Revenu Québec. Filing due date Generally, your income tax return has to be filed on or before

Leaving Canada (emigrants)

Canada Revenue Agency

Jan 21, 2020 ... and credits It's important that you tell the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) the date you leave Canada. Generally, as a non-resident, you are not eligible to receive: the goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax (GST/HST) credit the Canada child benefit (CCB) payments (including those payments from certain related provincial or territorial programs) If you receive

Completing a tax return

Canada Revenue Agency

Jan 21, 2020 ..., credits, and expenses you are eligible for. Tax slips T4 slips, T5 slips, T3, T2202, RC62, RC210, and RRSP contribution receipt. Provincial and territorial tax and credits for individuals Filing due dates for the 2019 tax return Forms and publications Income Tax Package - Guide, return, and schedules Non-Residents and Deemed Residents of Canada Income Tax

Compliance Bulletin No. 1

Canada Revenue Agency

Jan 13, 2020 ... to be filed, at the latest, 60 days after the funds have been disbursed from the plan, as required by section 8512 of the Regulations. As plan administrator, you must notify us in writing within 60 days of the date the last of the plan assets are paid or transferred out of the plan. You will need to give us the final distribution date and the settlement methods. You

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