Do you have questions about your Canada Pension Plan or Old Age Security benefits?
- Should I start taking my CPP at age 60? at 65? at 70? How much can I expect to receive?
- I stayed at home for 10 years to raise my children. How will that affect my CPP benefit?
- I'm over 65 and still working. Should I keep contributing to the CPP?
- I'm 65. Should I delay collecting the OAS so I can get a higher benefit later?
- I'm divorced. If I apply to split my CPP pension credits with my ex-spouse, how will our benefits change?
- I'm receiving a survivor's benefit. How will that affect my CPP benefit?
- I can no longer work due to a disability. Should I apply for an early CPP retirement pension?
- Am I getting all of the benefits to which I'm entitled?
- I own my own business. Should I pay myself in dividends or should I pay myself a salary and make CPP contributions?
These are some of the questions that DR Pensions Consulting can help you to answer. We have more than 30 years experience working with CPP and OAS issues.
Contact us today at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know how we can help you. For information about our standard services and rates, see our Services page.