Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Maximum Monthly Rates of New Benefits

Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Maximum Monthly Rates of New Benefits includes maximum monthly rates for new CPP benefits from 1967 to date.

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Monthly Rates of New Benefits - 1967-2017 Dataset CSV English
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Monthly Rates of New Benefits - 1967-2017 Dataset XLS English
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excellent statistics

Neither the csv or excel data bases will open.

Joan, I was not able to replicate your problem. If you are still unable to download the files, please email us directly at open-ouvert@tbs-sct.gc.ca. Thanks, Karin the open-ouvert team

I'm a tax paying Canadian born citizen why is it that I can not speak to any one at human resources development because the system keeps hanging up? When you come calling for your tax money and the taxes on the taxes can I just keep dropping your calls. Why was I issued a confirmation number and access code and neither will sign me into your system. Why do I pay for wsib if when I get hospitalized due to a work place accident they don't want to pay for my time off work or my physiotherapy? And most importantly why must I prove to a robot that I am not a robot?

Terry, I am sorry to hear of the difficulties you've been having with Service Canada's contact system. This particular comment system leads to the team responsible for transparency and accountability work in the public service. We host datasets and records about many things, but we don't deal with policies or program delivery. To have your problem addressed directly, I would suggest you contact Service Canada by telephone at 1-800-277-9914 or explore other options for contacting the department here: https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/service-canada/contact.html. Best wishes on your recovery, Karin - the open-ouvert team

Thanks, I found everything I needed. Very easy to navigate for a government site!

Hi Holly, thank you for your comment. We appreciate your feedback! Momin, Open Government team.

Hi Glen, thank you for your comment. This comment system leads to the team responsible for transparency and accountability work in the public service. I recommend you visit the following website to calculate your CPP: https://www.canada.ca/en/services/benefits/publicpensions/cpp/retirement-income-calculator.html I hope this helps. Momin, the Open Government team.

What does New Benefit mean?

Hi Cindy, New Benefit means maximum monthly rates for new CPP benefits from 1967 to date. I hope this helps! Momin, Open Government team.

this website and information is not user friendly.i just gave up.too bad for me.prove that I am not a robot? really?

Hi David, we are sorry that you are not satisfied with our website. We are continuously trying to improve our portal and your feedback is important to us. If there is any information that you'd like help looking for, please let me know so I can assist you further. Thank you, Momin, the Open Government team.

I receive CPP benfits on a regular monthly basis. It is taxable but no tax deductions are done on the monthly payments. is there a way that you can get tax deduction on the monthly payments instead of having to pay it all as one sum at the end of the year?

Hi Claude, This comment system leads to the team responsible for transparency and accountability work in the public service. We host datasets and records about many things, but we do not hold the information you are looking for. I recommend you contact Employment and Social Development Canada to have your inquiry addressed more directly: https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/contact/cpp.html#details-panel2 I hope this helps! Momin, the Open Government team.

Hello. Not sure if you have heard this issue before or not. I am on CPP disability, which I had to fight for after living and working all my life in this country. I am Canadian. Here are my issues; 1) I must pay the trillium drug plan $438 (approx) per year for my monthly perscriptions. 2) I have no dental or eye care benefits. 3) or coverage for therapy of any kind. I have been reading this web site and it seems I could possibly claim some of these expenses, however I cannot afford the up front cost of doing so and live on the remainder of what I have left of my remaining benefits for the month. Plus I would have to wait till tax time to submit receipts and maybe, maybe not, have them reimbursed to some extent... My immediate issues are that I have partial plates and I have 3 broken teeth, and of course it has to be teeth that keep the partials stable. I had cataract surgery a year ago, which cost me approx $800 dollars in corrective perscription glasses during the year prior to getting a referral to a surgeon because apparently the government is regulating surgeries now... I am now in need of an eye exam and possibly require either glasses or surgery again on one eye that is just not functioning properly... In your defense I did submit receipts but have no idea whether any of them were approved... Again the issue is the up front costs... Why does the CPP disability not cover these things??? Why do people on Ontario Disability who have never worked, or worked very little get everything covered from air conditioners, computers to bicycles covered with a doctor's note??? And to answer your question, I have talked to the local ODSP people and make just a little over their monthly allowance with my CPP and Widows Pension to qualify for any benefits... On a positive note I did move last October, because of health reasons, and they did help me with last months rent and I did qualify for a rent subsidy and have been added to very long list for housing... Could the government please look into covering, drug, dental and eye care benefits for CPP Disability recipients????? After all this being said I probably realize this probably will not be posted, but please pass along to the powers that be... Thank you for the time you took to read this providing you are not a robot. I apologize for my warped sense of humor as it is one of the few things I have left... Deb H

Hi Debra, This comment system leads to the team responsible for transparency and accountability work in the public service. We host datasets and records about many things, but we do not deal with any inquiries about CPP. I would recommend you contact CPP directly, their information can be found here: https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/contact/cpp.html?_ga=1.161140349.1125056623.1484331981#details-panel2 You may also contact your local MP for assistance on policy issues, their contact information can be found here: http://www.lop.parl.gc.ca/ParlInfo/Compilations/HouseOfCommons/MemberByPostalCode.aspx?Menu=HOC I hope this helps. Regards, Momin, the Open Government team.

I would like to see the calculation or formula how the CPP amounts are obtained. I paid into the system approx. 40 years and always paid the maximum contributions, receive less than some other people that paid into the system for 30, 32, 34, and 39 years. The 2011 Canada Pension Plan Benefit Rates, indicates in table 2, the rates from 1997 started to go down until 2011, and in 2011 CPP is $960.00 and 1996 CPP is $967.71. A 15 years of reduction is this an error or miscalculation? It seams that anyone that retired between 1997 to 2011 are at a reduced CPP rate. Is this fair. Regards Louis.D.

Louis, Hi Debra, this comment system leads to the team responsible for transparency and accountability work in the public service. We host datasets and records about many things, but we do not handle any inquiries about CPP. I would recommend you contact CPP directly, their information can be found here: https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/contact/cpp.html?_ga=1.161140349.1125056623.1484331981#detai... I hope this helps. Momin, the Open Government team.