RRSP contribution receipt – slip information for individuals
Indicates the tax year for which the contribution receipt has been issued.
The contribution periods for a tax year are:
- First period – last 10 months (March to December) of the tax year (ordinarily March 2nd to December 31st of the tax year); and
- Second period – first 60 days of the following year (ordinarily January 1st to March 1st of year following the tax year).
Note: You should have received your receipt for RRSP contributions made in the final ten months of the year by the end of February. Receipts for RRSP contributions made in the first 60 days of the following year (that you can deduct on the prior year income tax and benefit return) may not be available until May.
The amount of contributions made, in dollars and cents, for the contribution periods noted above.
See Schedule 7 to find out if you have to complete this schedule for unused contributions, transfers, withdrawals and repayments under the Home Buyers’ Plan (HBP) and the Lifelong Learning Plan (LLP).
Otherwise, enter on line 24500 the total RRSP contributions made for both contribution periods noted above and enter on line 20800 your RRSP deduction you want to claim.
Contributor or annuitant information
The RRSP slip will indicate the contributor’s first and last name as well as the social insurance number (SIN).
If the contributor is not also the annuitant, the RRSP slip will indicate the annuitant’s first and last name as well as their SIN.
Note: The contributor must report the RRSP contribution and deduction on their income tax and benefit return, and not the annuitant.
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