The tables below calculate contributions or overpayments to the Canada Pension Plan (CPP).
It is relevent to to people who were residents of a province or territory on December 31 2015.
This is not relevant to residents of Quebec, or if earned income was recieved from Quebec during 2015, and if any T4 slips have Quebec Pension Plan (QPP) contributions
This calculator comprises 5 parts, as below:
Part 1 is for residents who were 65 to 70 years old, and recieved a CPP or QPP retirement pension and had employed/self-employed income. You can elect to stop paying CPP if you were at least 65 years of age but under 70 (see part 1 below)
Part 2 determines the number of months for the CPP calculation.
Part 3 calculates CPP contributions/overpayment of CPP made through employment if not self-employed
Part 4 is for reporting self-employment or elective income only.
Part 5 is for reporting self-employment or elective income and employment income (first complete Part 3).
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