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How will my Canada Pension Plan (CPP) payments be calculated when I retire at age 65?



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The Canada Pension Plan (CPP) is a type of federal government retirement benefit. What you get depends on what you paid into the plan while you were working. You can receive monthly payments starting as early as your 60th birthday. You must be 59 or older and apply 9 months before you retire.

Learn more about CPP, how to apply, and how much you could receive from the government’s website.

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