Payroll deductions

Payroll deductions are by far the easiest and most advantageous way to save.

Each pay, you contribute a fixed amount to your RRSP and you can benefit from tax savings directly on each pay.

Features

  • You set the deduction amount.
  • You can change or end your deductions at any time.
  • No pay, no deductions!
  • You can benefit from tax savings on each pay.

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Discover the benefits of payroll deductions

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The Fonds has a network of over 2,000 local representatives (LRs) promoting the Fonds in businesses throughout Québec.

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Payroll deductions: Example 1*

Contribution per pay

Real cost per pay

Total amount invested during the year

RRSP approximate value after 15 years

$20

$6.58

$520

$9,671 

$50

$16.44

$1,300

$24,179 

$100

$32.88

$2,600

 $48,357

* Example based on 26 pay periods for an individual with a marginal tax rate of 37.12% who gets tax savings back on each pay.

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Do you think that investing $5 a week in an RRSP is not worth it? See how even a small investment makes a difference:

Contribution per pay

Real cost per pay

Total amount invested during the year

RRSP approximate value after 15 years

$5

$2.07

$260

$4,836

$10

$4.15

$520

$9,671

$15

$6.22

$780

$14,507

** Example based on 52 pay periods for an individual with a marginal tax rate of 28.53% who gets tax savings back on each pay.

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