Line 114 - CPP or QPP benefits
Only for individuals who are 60 to 70 years of age
Canada Pension Plan (CPP) contributions for CPP working beneficiaries End of specific information
Amounts you receive under the Canada Pension Plan or the Quebec Pension Plan must be reported in your income. You will receive a T4A(P) slip that shows the amount you received in 2014.
The amount shown in box 20 of your T4A(P) slip may include a lump-sum benefit. Part of this benefit may be entitlements for previous years. The total amount shown in box 20 must be reported on line 114 of your return for 2014. We will not reassess the returns for the previous years to include this income. However, if the total of the parts that relate to previous years is $300 or more, we will calculate the tax payable on those parts as if you received them in those years only if the result is better for you. If you received a letter from Service Canada showing amounts that apply to previous years, attach it to your paper return. We will tell you the results on your notice of assessment or notice of reassessment.
If your T4A(P) slip has an amount shown in box 15, 16, 17, or 18, read whichever of the following that apply to you:
- Line 114 - CPP or QPP survivor benefit (box 15)
- Line 114 - CPP or QPP disability benefit (box 16)
- Line 114 - CPP or QPP child benefit (box 17)
- Line 114 - CPP or QPP death benefit (box 18)
Completing your tax return
Report on line 114 the amount shown in box 20 of your T4A(P) slip.
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