Regular Annual Income: (?)

Your annual taxable income excluding income from investment such as capital gains and dividends.

Capital Gains: (?)

Capital gains are profits which result from a disposition of a capital asset including land, buildings, shares, bonds, fund and trust units, where the amount realized on the disposition exceeds the purchase price. The gain is the difference between a higher selling price and a lower purchase price.

Eligible Dividends: (?)

Generally, eligible dividends are dividends you have received from big, public companies.

Ineligible Dividends: (?)

Generally, ineligible dividends are dividends you've received from smaller, private companies.

Total Annual Income:
RRSP Deduction Claimed for Current Year:
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RRSP Contribution Limit for Next Year
The RRSP Contribution Limit for Next Year amount is informational and is calculated as 18% of gross annual income to a maximum of $23,820 for 2013