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Deadline: 29 February 2016
Contribution Limit: The lesser of $24,930 (for 2015) or 18% of earned income from your previous tax year, minus any pension adjustments*, plus unused contribution from previous years
Carry Forward: RRSP contribution room accumulated after 1990 can be carried forward indefinitely to subsequent years
Eligibility: Investors can contribute to an individual RRSP if they have employment or business income or unused contribution room, up until December 31 of the year they turn 71
Minimum Age: There is no minimum age for contributing to an RRSP. However, they must be 18 to contribute more than $2K
Maximum Age: Anyone who has earned income in the previous year and files a Canadian tax return can contribute to an RRSP up until December 31 of the year they turn 71. After 71, you can continue to have earned income, you may contribute to a spousal RRSP up until December 31 of the year your spouse or common-law partner turns 71
* Pension Adjustment (PA) represents the value of any pension benefits accruing from participation in a registered pension plan or deferred profit-sharing plan. A Past Service Pension Adjustment (PSPA) arises in rare instances when a pension plan has benefits for a post-1989 year of service upgraded retroactively.