The process allows people or organizations directly affected by a decision made by the plan administrative agent (the Pension Corporation) to appeal all or part of that decision. This brochure explains how.
A pension is considered by law to be matrimonial property, just like a house, car or other asset. When a marriage ends, the pension belongs
to both the former spouse and the plan member, and they may choose to divide the pension.
If you ever worked less than half time, you may be able to increase your future pension benefits by obtaining credit for that time. This fact sheet explains how you may be able to use either the purchase of service or arrears rules to purchase your less than half-time service.
Understand your Teachers' Pension Plan benefits before you leave your job. This fact sheet will help you understand your plan benefits so that you can make some important decisions when you leave your job.
Each year that you are working and contributing to the Teachers’ Pension Plan, you receive a Member’s Benefit Statement. This statement provides a record of your service and contributions to the plan and, where appropriate, pension estimates.
This fact sheet describes four adjustments that we must report to Canada Customs and Revenue Agency that can affect your RRSP contribution room.
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computer. You can download this software free of charge from the Adobe Acrobat site.