CPP Benefits – Take Early or Later?

How do you make sure you’re getting the most out of Canada Pension Plan? It all comes down to timing. This CPP Benefits: Early or Late calculator considers your age, when you wish to start benefits, the inflation rate, rate of return and the percentage of CPP that you qualify for. The table illustrates what the breakeven age is to help make decisions about when to take your CPP benefits.

CPP Benefits Early or Late calculator

This CPP Benefits calculator compares the value of CPP benefits if you take them earlier or later.

As you start to approach retirement, you’ll need to sort out when to start collecting retirement benefits. While Canadians can start collecting their Canada Pension Plan between the ages of 60 and 70, the longer you wait for CPP, the more you’ll get.

CPP Benefits – Take Early or Later?

Companion Infographic

Collecting Canada Pension Plan benefits sooner means taking a little less now instead of waiting for more later. Everyone’s financial situation is different and this companion infographic will help start those conversations.

Taking Your CPP infographic

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Calculators are available in English and French. 

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