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(Upcoming Payment) Wednesday, September 28th, 2022 You should receive your direct deposit on Thursday the 29th or Friday the 30th. The dates below are days when the payment will be issued from the pension program payment system. Pensioners will receive...
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  The form ISP-3134 is used to request a review of the decision on your application for Old Age Security Programs, this includes Old Age Security, Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS), Allowance/Allowance for the Survivor (ALW/ALWS). This form does not apply...
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(Upcoming Payment) Wednesday, September 28th, 2022 You should receive your direct deposit on Thursday the 29th or Friday the 30th. The dates below are days when the payment will be issued from the pension program payment system. Pensioners will receive...
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The OTB payment includes Ontario energy and property tax credit (OEPTC), Northern Ontario energy credit (NOEC) and Ontario sales tax credit (OSTC). To learn more, please visit Ontario.ca for further details. Click Here. 2022 January 10, 2022 February 10, 2022...
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You can change/update your mailing address through the following options: 1) Call centre Call pension call centre directly at 1-800-277-9914. The agent on the phone will be able to help you update your address directly on the file. 2) In-person...
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Once a pensioner qualified for their OAS benefit, the amount paid under OAS title will not be reduced unless there was a recalculation occurred to the pensioner’s file. When the pensioners noticed their OAS benefit payment reduced when checking their...
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If you have gone through a dramatic drop or stopped personal income in the year 2020, you may qualify for higher Guaranteed Income Supplements (GIS) by completing the Statement of Estimated form for the specific year that your income had...
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Please be advised that the address below are designated PO Box location for each province’s CPP/OAS processing office. They are not actual Service Canada centres. Mailing from outside of Canada If you are mailing the document from oversea, you must...
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If you are planning to add another person to help the pensioner to communicate with pension office, you can appoint the contact person through 2 options indicated below. This form allows pensioners to name an authorized person under the Canada...
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Download July 2022 to June 2023 GIS Renewal Form The new entitlement cycle for the Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS) benefit begins this month. If you have filed your 2021 income tax early, your income information will automatically be shared by...
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We have learned from a pension call centre agent that Service Canada pension office has a national plan to allow pension applicants to send their application or supporting documents by email. This service is not advertised publicly. To be able...
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Do you need to apply Pension office may send you a letter to let you know that you will receive the Old Age Security (OAS) pension when you turn 64 years old. If you did not receive any letter about...
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A Canada Pension Plan and employment insurance (CPP/EI) ruling is an official decision made by an authorized officer of the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). The ruling confirms whether a worker is an employee or is self-employed and whether the worker’s...
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OAS benefit amounts will increase by 2.8% for the July to September 2022 quarter. This increase is based on the general Consumer Price Index (CPI). Maximum OAS amount for this quarter: $666.83 (An increase of $18.16, for those who started...
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To file a complaint regarding your own CPP/OAS file If you have not received your response (call back) within the promised timeframe, filing a complaint will not result in much difference. The better option is to notify the call centre...
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Pensioners who are age 75 and over will receive a notification letter from Service Canada pension office notifying them of their entitlement to the permanent 10% increase in their OAS monthly payment. Only pensioners who have passed their 75th birthday...
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Service Canada Pension call centre phone number: 1-800-277-9914 Instruction on how to easily connect to CPP/OAS call centre agent? Once connected, press “1” right away for English language ( “2” for French). Wait for the automated message to end. Press...
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To call If you need to reach out to CPP/ OAS office from outside of Canada, you may call their office number with 1-800-Collect call. Dial 1-800-collect first, then dial 1-613-957-1954. The office hour is 8:30 to 4:30pm Easter Standard...
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The Government of Canada will start implementing the digital version of the Canadian Citizenship Certificate starting June 27, 2022. The e-certificate is a valid proof of Canadian citizenship. If you have participated in the pilot project and have received an e-certificate, you...
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Benefits must be cancelled after the pensioner’s death When an Old Age Security (OAS) and Canada Pension Plan (CPP) beneficiary dies, their benefits must be cancelled. The last benefits are payable for the month in which the death occurs; any...
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