Canada Pension Plan Retirement Pension
If you live outside Canada, see Pensioners Residing Abroad.
The Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Retirement Pension provides a monthly taxable benefit to retired contributors.
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- How do I apply?
- When should I apply for my CPP Retirement Pension?
- What is the status of my application?
- What are the payment rates?
- When will I receive my payment?
- How do I change my address or direct deposit information?
- How do I get a statement of my contributions to the CPP?
- How do I make a repayment to the CPP program?
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- Are you affected by the changes being made to the Canada Pension Plan starting January 2011?
- How do I cancel benefits if someone has died?
- How can I correct inaccurate or incomplete information or provide information not previously disclosed?
- Can I share my pension with my spouse?
- I had periods of time when my earnings were low while I raised my children. Will these periods affect my pension?
- My spouse and I are separating or divorcing. Will it affect my CPP Retirement Pension?
- Should I apply for an early retirement pension or disability benefit?
- Where can I find information on CPP program legislation, research and reports?
- Where can I find information on Canada Pension Plan in an Aboriginal language?
- Where can I find information on Canada Pension Plan in a foreign language?
- Where can I get an estimate on how much income I may need for my retirement?
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