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Maximum pensionable earnings for 2019 and other CRA updates

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george stevenson:

During the budget information given there was a huge amount of money (millions to be exact) given to Pensioners. This, of course, is false as all my wife got was 4 dollars on CPP and 5 on oas an extra. Thank you very much it comes to a lot less than the C.O.L. index. I would like to ask you where the millions are you sold to Canadians. Oh by ythe way my pensions are the same. We have no other money coming in so we continue living in Mexico as we could never afford CANADA. Actually all that I can read is that the pension payments will increase so that higher pension payout Years down the road will be more will go up. Maybe we can go back for asylum I here they get twice as much as I get.

Friday, April 26 at 12:35 pm | Reply


If I’m making $14.00 /hr for 2019 then my CPP will be 5.1% and my EI will be 1.62% ? Is this right?


Saturday, October 26 at 3:46 pm | Reply

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