canada pension plan

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The latest tax increase is the payroll tax hike that will be used to finance CPP expansion.


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The CPP tax increase is just one of many tax increases imposed by the new federal government on middle-income Canadians.


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In 2014, savings in non-pension assets totalled $9.5 trillion, dwarfing the $3.3 trillion assets in the formal pension system.


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Proposed changes could result in thousands of dollars in extra contributions from working Canadians every year.


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On Monday, Canada’s finance ministers announced an “agreement in principle” to expand the Canada Pension Plan (CPP), which will force Canadians to contribute more to the program.


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Canadians may be forced to contribute up to an extra $3,250 more to the CPP each year.


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Lack of a workplace pension does not doom someone to a financially insecure retirement.


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In 2014, these non-pension assets totalled $9.5 trillion, dwarfing the $3.3 trillion assets in the formal pension system.


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A two dollar increase in CPP income could result in a one dollar reduction in GIS benefits.