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How To Have Less Tax Deducated From Your Pay When You Contribute Regularly To An RRSP | 4 comments | Create New Account
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How To Have Less Tax Deducated From Your Pay When You Contribute Regularly To An RRSP
Authored by: Anonymous on Saturday, July 02 2005 @ 04:10 AM EDT
It can be used with a spousal RRSP, also with political and charitable contributions, carrying charges, and the like. Note, though, that if your employer is deducting the contribution for you they are probably also adjusting the withholding for you as well already--and so you wouldn't need (and couldn't use) this form. It's for tax deductions that would result in a refund at the end of the year--to move that refund to your monthly payroll rather than getting the refund as a lump sum at year end, in effect.
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