Line 11500 – Other pensions and superannuation:
Payments from annuities, pooled registered pension plans (PRPP), and registered retirement income funds (RRIF), including life income funds
Note: Line 11500 was line 115 before tax year 2019.
An annuity is a plan that makes payments to you on a regular basis. It might be a general annuity, a payment from a registered retirement income fund (RRIF), or a variable pension payment. These payments are part of your total income and must be reported on your tax return.
Annuity payments are shown on the following slips:
- T4A slip, Statement of Pension, Retirement, Annuity, and Other Income
- T4RIF slip, Statement of Income from a Registered Retirement Income Fund
- T5 slip, Statement of Investment Income
Annuity, RRIF, and variable pension payments can be reported on different lines of your return depending on your situation.
If there is an amount in box 18 of your T4RIF slip, see Amounts from a deceased annuitant's RRIF.
If there is an amount in brackets in box 22 of your T4RIF slips, enter it on line 23200 of your return.
You may be able to claim the pension income amount depending on the type of pension or annuity payments you report on line 11500 of your return. See line 31400.
Completing your tax return
If you are 65 years of age or older on December 31, 2021, or, regardless of your age, you received an amount from an annuity, PRPP, or RRIF upon the death of your spouse or common-law partner (even if the amount is transferred to an RRSP), enter on line 11500 of your return all of the following amounts:
- amount from boxes 024, 133, or 194 of your T4A slips
- amount from boxes 16 and 22 of your T4RIF slips (if the amount from box 22 is negative, enter it on line 23200 instead)
- amount from box 19 of your T5 slips
- Report on line 13000 of your return:
- Report on line 12100 of your return the amount from box 19 of your T5 slips.
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