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Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Contributors Tables
Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Contributors Tables are released annually and provide historical statistics on the number of contributors by place of residence and the distribution of contributors by earnings. Although the release is annual, the data are two years in arrears. This is due to ongoing updates of the Canada Revenue Agency T4 files prior to issuing. In order to ensure client confidentiality, an 'X' has been placed where the number of clients receiving a particular benefit is equal to or below 9. In order to avoid residual disclosure, an 'X' has also been placed where the next number of clients was found, which may be lowest below, equal to, or above 9.
- Publisher - Current Organization Name: Employment and Social Development Canada
- Licence: Open Government Licence - Canada
Hi Shirley, thank you for your comment. Can you clarify what specific calculations you are looking for? If you are looking to calculate your CPP, you can do so here: https://www.canada.ca/en/services/benefits/publicpensions/cpp/retirement-income-calculator.html For more general CPP information, please visit: https://www.canada.ca/en/services/benefits/publicpensions/cpp.html Thank you and I hope this helps. Momin, Open Government team.
I am 59 and stopped working 5 years ago. I am not sure if I should apply for pension at the age of 60 or 65, where I can calculate which option would be the most benefited for me. Very confused about the 8 years dropping the lowest years and the 36% of decrease when you apply before 65. Thank you
Hi, I recommend you contact Canada Pension Plan, their information can be found here: https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/contact/cpp.html#details-panel2 Thank you, Momin, Open Government team.
I saw the pension calculator. That is NOT what I want. I want to see the formula used to calculate the CPP benefit. It used to be on-line, and it is a poor service, and it is even hiding information, to purposely not publish the formula for how CPP is calculated. I saw it in prior years and it was not that complicated to me, even considering the dropping out provision, leaving/starting CPP early, etc. - certainly "complexity" is not that much and it is not an excuse to NOT publish the formula. I just want the current formula confirmed. Thank you.
Hi Natalie, 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, including historical CPP contributions but we do not hold information on how CPP is calculated. I would recommend you contact Canada Revenue Agency directly. Their information can be found here: https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/contact/cpp.html#details-panel2 Thank you, Momin, the Open Government team
The English name William appears on my Canada passport and Canada citizenship card ( front ), however, this English name does not show on my Driver's Licence. Will this affect the application for my pension in the future ? if yes, on which documents should I change the name, and how ?
Hi William, 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, including statistics on OAS and CPP but are not the correct contact for answers related to these services. I recommend you contact CPP directly: https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/contact/cpp.html?_ga=1.131139151.1125056623.1484331981#details-panel2 Hope that helps! Momin, the Open Government team.