Line 11500 - Other pensions or superannuation

Note: Line 11500 was line 115 before tax year 2019.

Report any other pensions or superannuation the deceased received from January 1 to the date of death, such as amounts shown in box 016 on T4A slips and box 31 on T3 slips. If there is a lump-sum amount shown in box 018 of the T4A slip or box 22 of the T3 slip, report it on line 13000.

If the deceased received annuity or registered retirement income fund (RRIF) payments, including life income fund (LIF) payments, for the period from January 1 to the date of death, report that income on the final return.

If the deceased was 65 or older, report the RRIF income on line 11500. Regardless of age, report the RRIF income on
line 11500 if the deceased received the RRIF payments because their spouse or common-law partner died. In all other cases, report the RRIF income on line 13000 of the return. For more information, see Income from a registered retirement income fund (RRIF).

If the deceased person jointly elected with their spouse or common-law partner to split the pension, annuity, and RRIF (including LIF) payments that were reported on line 11500 by the pensioner, the elected split-pension amount transferred from the pensioner to the pension transferee can be deducted on line 21000, Deduction for elected split pension amount of the return.

For more information on other pensions and superannuations, see line 11500.

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