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What happens when you over-contribute to RRSP?
The CRA permits a penalty-free over-contribution of up to $2,000 to RRSP. If your contributions exceeded this limit, there is a 1 percent monthly penalty tax.
In this case, you can pay the tax and report the over-contribution by filing Form T1-OVP which stands for “Individual Tax Return for RRSP Excess Contributions.”
If penalty tax is not paid within 90 days to the CRA, the penalty levied goes up to 5 percent of the balance owed in addition to a compounding daily interest and 1 percent of monthly balance.
You can also request a penalty tax waiver with Form RC4288, (Request for Taxpayer Relief – Cancel or Waive Penalties or Interest). The other option available is to withdraw your excess contributions.
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In addition to advising and assisting you on filling up Form T1-OVP or Form RC4288, we, as a reputed CRA tax problem solution provider, also assist you in writing to the CRA to explain the reasonable error that led to excess contributions and what steps are being taken to eliminate the error.
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