January 2017

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2017 YMPE

Hot off the Canada Revenue Agency’s press—2017 year’s maximum pensionable earnings

The 2017 year’s maximum pensionable earnings (YMPE) is $55,300.

When to use YMPE?

  • Reporting (e.g., optional and mandatory enrolment, and employee bridge benefit calculations)
  • Contribution remittance
  • Canada Pension Plan payroll deductions

More information

Our team of experts in Employer Operations Finance is here to help.


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Remember your Org ID

Providing you the information and service you need

When you call us, we will now ask you to verify your organization’s Org ID. This will help us maintain the privacy and security of your information.

Having your Org ID on hand when you call can save you time.

Looking for your Org ID?

Log on to the secure Employer site. Under Employer Reporting, click on any of the reporting tools, such as LTD Start/Stop or LTD Policy Validation. Your Org ID and name is located in the top right corner.


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New eLearning course

Have new employees? Looking to hire some?

The free 15-minute eLearning course, Getting to Know Your Pension, is available anytime, anywhere. Let it help you attract new and keep engaged, long-term employees—show your new and prospective employees you’re offering them a bright career with a secure pension.

Whether they’re a new member of the Teachers' Pension Plan or have optional enrolment, Getting to Know Your Pension explains the value and benefits of plan membership.

Consider mentioning this course or adding a link to it on your next job posting to help you attract the right employees to your organization.

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Plan design changes FAQ

Plan design changes—have you seen the FAQs?

As you know, the Teachers’ Pension Plan is changing for service accrued on and after January 1, 2018.

Check out the plan design webpage for important details and a link to our plan design FAQs. FAQs will help you and your plan members understand the changes.

More employer-specific information will be coming over the winter and spring. Keep your eyes on this space to learn what you’ll need to do to prepare for plan design changes.

For more information, contact Employer Operations:


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