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A RRSP, or Registered Retirement Savings Plan, is a government approved plan designed to help you save money for your retirement years. Your contributions, within limits, are tax deductible, and the income earned is tax sheltered. When you are investing in an RRSP, you are investing at a time when you can most afford it – during your peak earning years.

Not only do you invest money that would otherwise be paid in taxes, but also the earnings of your plan are not taxed until they are withdrawn. The growth of your RRSP will increase rapidly over the years, as 100% of your contribution is reinvested and compounded.
How much can I contribute and deduct?

Generally, the amount you can contribute to your own RRSPs or your spouse or common-law partner’s RRSPs, for a given tax year without tax implications is determined by your RRSP deduction limit. This is often called your “contribution room.” Amounts that you contribute above this limit may be considered excess contributions (over-contributions).

Your RRSP deduction limit is the amount of RRSP contributions that you can deduct on your tax return for a given year.

source: Canada Revenue Agency www.cra.gc.ca

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