Form ISP-1003A Estimate Request for Canada Pension Plan Retirement Pension and Post-retirement Benefit - Canada

Form ISP-1003A is a Service Canada form also known as the "Estimate Request For Canada Pension Plan Retirement Pension And Post-retirement Benefit". The latest edition of the form was released in March 3, 2014 and is available for digital filing.

Download an up-to-date fillable Form ISP-1003A in PDF-format down below or look it up on the Service Canada Forms website.

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Service
Canada
Estimate Request for Canada Pension Plan
Retirement Pension and Post-Retirement Benefit
You may also visit the Service Canada website at
servicecanada.gc.ca/calculator to use
the online retirement calculator to estimate
your Canada Pension Plan retirement pension
and post-retirement benefits.
This request form is to obtain an estimate of your Canada Pension Plan (CPP)
retirement pension or of your Post-Retirement Benefit, or both. The following information
is intended to help you complete sections 5 and 8.
Section 5
When you request an estimate of your Canada Pension Plan retirement pension,
we automatically calculate the amount you will receive at age 65 when you become
entitled to your full pension. However, you can receive a reduced pension as early as
age 60 or begin receiving an increased pension after age 65 up to age 70. You can
choose any three retirement ages between 40 and 70 for which you would like
estimates.
NOTE:
Your retirement pension is reduced by a set percentage for each month before age 65
that you choose to begin receiving it. This reduction is permanent. From 2012 to 2016,
the amount of this reduction will gradually increase from 0.52% to 0.6% per month. This
means that if you start receiving your retirement pension in 2016 at age 60, it will be 36%
less than if you had taken it at 65. The reduction percentage in effect the year your
retirement pension begins remains in effect for as long as you receive the benefit, and
will not change.
Maximum reduction (%)
Year
% of monthly reduction
(if pension is taken at age 60)
2012
0.52
31.2
2013
0.54
32.4
2014
0.56
33.6
2015
0.58
34.8
2016
0.60
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We increase retirement pensions paid to people who begin receiving the pension when
they are over age 65 by 0.70% for each month the person is over 65 years of age up to
age 70. This means that if you start receiving your CPP retirement pension in 2013 at
age 70, it will be 42% more than if you had taken it at 65.
CPP benefits are adjusted in January each year if there is an increase in the cost of
living as measured by the Consumer Price Index. Your monthly payment will not
decrease if the cost of living goes down.
Service Canada delivers Employment and Social Development Canada
programs and services for the Government of Canada.
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Service
Canada
Estimate Request for Canada Pension Plan
Retirement Pension and Post-Retirement Benefit
You may also visit the Service Canada website at
servicecanada.gc.ca/calculator to use
the online retirement calculator to estimate
your Canada Pension Plan retirement pension
and post-retirement benefits.
This request form is to obtain an estimate of your Canada Pension Plan (CPP)
retirement pension or of your Post-Retirement Benefit, or both. The following information
is intended to help you complete sections 5 and 8.
Section 5
When you request an estimate of your Canada Pension Plan retirement pension,
we automatically calculate the amount you will receive at age 65 when you become
entitled to your full pension. However, you can receive a reduced pension as early as
age 60 or begin receiving an increased pension after age 65 up to age 70. You can
choose any three retirement ages between 40 and 70 for which you would like
estimates.
NOTE:
Your retirement pension is reduced by a set percentage for each month before age 65
that you choose to begin receiving it. This reduction is permanent. From 2012 to 2016,
the amount of this reduction will gradually increase from 0.52% to 0.6% per month. This
means that if you start receiving your retirement pension in 2016 at age 60, it will be 36%
less than if you had taken it at 65. The reduction percentage in effect the year your
retirement pension begins remains in effect for as long as you receive the benefit, and
will not change.
Maximum reduction (%)
Year
% of monthly reduction
(if pension is taken at age 60)
2012
0.52
31.2
2013
0.54
32.4
2014
0.56
33.6
2015
0.58
34.8
2016
0.60
36
We increase retirement pensions paid to people who begin receiving the pension when
they are over age 65 by 0.70% for each month the person is over 65 years of age up to
age 70. This means that if you start receiving your CPP retirement pension in 2013 at
age 70, it will be 42% more than if you had taken it at 65.
CPP benefits are adjusted in January each year if there is an increase in the cost of
living as measured by the Consumer Price Index. Your monthly payment will not
decrease if the cost of living goes down.
Service Canada delivers Employment and Social Development Canada
programs and services for the Government of Canada.
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Section 8
You may be eligible for a Post-Retirement Benefit if you are 60 to 70 years
of age and you are working or return to work in Canada (outside Quebec) while receiving
a retirement pension from the Canada Pension Plan or Quebec Pension Plan.
The Post-Retirement Benefit will allow you to increase your retirement income even if
you are already receiving the maximum Canada Pension Plan pension amount. It is a
secure monthly benefit that will rise with increases in the cost of living and be payable for
the rest of your life.
You do not need to apply for the Post-Retirement Benefit. If you are eligible, it will be
paid to you automatically.
For each year that you make a valid contribution to the Canada Pension Plan while
receiving your retirement pension, you become eligible for a new Post-Retirement
Benefit the following January. Like the Canada Pension Plan retirement pension, the
amount of each Post-Retirement Benefit will depend on your level of earnings, the
amount of Canada Pension Plan contributions you made during the previous year,
and your age as of the effective date of the Post-Retirement Benefit.
Each new Post-Retirement Benefit will be added to any previously earned
Post-Retirement Benefits and to any other Canada Pension Plan benefits to which
you are entitled.
Contributions to the Post-Retirement Benefit are mandatory for working CPP retirement
pension recipients under age 65 and their employers. If you are self-employed, you will
have to contribute both the employee and employer portions.
If you work in the same year that your retirement pension begins, we will determine
which portion of that year’s contributions will go toward the retirement pension and which
portion, if any, will go toward the Post-Retirement Benefit.
If you are at least 65 years of age, you can choose not to contribute. At age 70, you will
stop making CPP contributions. To find out more about how to stop contributing to the
CPP, visit the Canada Revenue Agency Web site at www.cra.gc.ca/cpp or call
1-800-959-8281.
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Canada
Estimate Request for Canada Pension Plan
Please refer to the Privacy
Notice Statement on the
Retirement Pension and Post-Retirement Benefit
reverse side of this page.
IMPORTANT: You can fill out the form on screen by typing the information in the fields, then print and sign the
completed form, or print a blank form and use a pen. If you use a pen, please print as clearly as possible.
1A. Social Insurance Number
1B. Sex
1C. Date of birth (YYYY-MM-DD)
Male
Female
2.
Given name and initial
Family name
Mr.
Mrs.
Ms.
Miss
3. Mailing address (No., Street, Apt., P.O. Box, R.R.)
City, town or village
Province or territory
Country (If other than Canada)
Postal code
4A. Telephone
4B. Other telephone
Telephone
number(s)
(Refer to Section 5 of the information sheet to help you complete this section.)
5. I would like an estimate of my Canada Pension Plan (CPP) retirement pension.
Please specify any three retirement ages between 40 and 70 for which you would like estimates.
If I retire
at age (40 to 70)
in (year month), what will my estimated retirement pension be at age (60 to 70)?
Estimate 1
65
Estimate 2
Estimate 3
6. Did you or your spouse or common-law partner receive or were either of you eligible to receive Family Allowances or
the Child Tax Benefit for any children born after December 31, 1958?
You
No
Yes
If yes, enter the periods during which you or your spouse or
common-law partner received the benefits. Also list the dates of
Your spouse or
No
Yes
birth of all children born after December 31, 1958.
common-law partner
From
To
Child's date of birth
YYYY-MM-DD
YYYY-MM-DD
YYYY-MM-DD
Child 1
Child 2
Note: Please use another sheet of paper if you have more than 2 children.
7. Have you at any time received a Canada Pension Plan disability benefit?
From
To
YYYY-MM-DD
YYYY-MM-DD
If yes, for what
No
Yes
periods?
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SIN
(Refer to Section 8 of the information sheet to help you complete this section.)
8. I would like an estimate of my Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Post-Retirement Benefit.
If I work or plan to return to work while receiving my CPP retirement pension.
When I am aged 60 to 65 years old.
(Contributions to the CPP Post-Retirement Benefit are mandatory for you and your employer if you are working while
receiving your CPP retirement pension.)
What will my estimated Post-Retirement Benefit be based on my
Estimated annual
In year
estimated annual earnings?
earnings
$
Estimate 1
Estimate 2
$
Estimate 3
$
When I am aged 65 to 70 years old.
(You and your employer continue to make CPP contributions unless you choose not to contribute. The choice to make
contributions or not can only be made once per calendar year. At age 70, you will stop contributing.)
Note: Estimated earnings (For each estimate requested below, enter the amount of your estimated earnings based on
one or any combination of these scenarios. Only one scenario can apply to each estimate.)
- Estimated annual earnings for the year where you work and contribute all year, OR
- Estimated earnings in that year for the period up to the month you plan to stop contributing, OR
- Estimated earnings in that year for the period after the month you plan to start contributing again.
If you do not plan to contribute all year
What will my estimated Post-
I plan
Estimated earnings
Month I plan to
Month I plan to start
Retirement Benefit be based
In year
to contribute
or
(see note above)
stop contributing
contributing again
on my estimated earnings?
all year
Estimate 1
$
Yes
No
Estimate 2
$
Yes
No
Estimate 3
$
Yes
No
Privacy Notice Statement
The information you provide is collected under the authority of the Canada Pension Plan legislation and will be used to
estimate the amount of your Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Retirement benefit and Post-Retirement Benefit. This is not
an application for a CPP benefit. The Social Insurance Number (SIN) is collected under the authority of section 52 of
the Canada Pension Plan Regulations, and in accordance with Treasury Board Secretariat Directive on the SIN as an
authorized user of the SIN. The SIN will be used to ensure an individual's exact identification so that contributory
earnings can be correctly posted allowing for benefits and entitlements to be accurately calculated.
Submitting this request for an estimate is voluntary. However, if you refuse to provide your personal information, the
Department of Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) will be unable to provide you with an estimate of
your CPP Retirement benefit.
The information you provide may be used and/or disclosed for policy analysis, research and/or evaluation purposes. In
order to conduct these activities, various sources of information under the custody and control of ESDC may be linked.
However, these additional uses and/or disclosures of your personal information will never result in an administrative
decision being made about you (such as a decision on your entitlement to a benefit).
Your personal information is administered in accordance with the Department of Employment and Social Development
Act, Canada Pension Plan and the Privacy Act. You have the right of access to, and to the protection of, your personal
information. It will be kept in Personal Information Bank ESDC PPU 146. Instructions for obtaining this information are
outlined in the government publication entitled Info Source, which is available at the following Web site address:
infosource.gc.ca. Info Source may also be accessed online at any Service Canada Centre.
Signature
Date
(YYYY-MM-DD)
X
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Canada
Service Canada Offices
Canada Pension Plan
Mail your forms to:
The nearest Service Canada office listed below.
From outside of Canada: The Service Canada office in the province where you last resided.
Need help completing the forms?
Canada or the United States: 1-800-277-9914
All other countries: 613-990-2244 (we accept collect calls)
TTY: 1-800-255-4786
Important: Please have your social insurance number ready when you call.
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