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  1. Receiving OAS while living outside of Canada

    Retirement
    Hi experts, I have a simple question -- according to government website: You can receive your OAS pension benefit payment outside the country if you: resided in Canada for at least 20 years after turning 18; or Question: I am 66 now and I am living in Canada. I have been receiving OAS...
  2. Partial OAS pensioner with some other income, how to calculate GIS?

    Retirement
    Hi experts of this forum, The government website has clear information on how much GIS (guaranteed income supplement) a full OAS pensioner can receive, depending on the pensioner's other income (the rule is generally 50 cents reduction in GIS for every dollar of the pensioner's other income)...
  3. Partial OAS pensioner, some other income, how to calculate GIS?

    Retirement
    Hi experts of this forum, The government website has clear information on how much GIS (guaranteed income supplement) a full OAS pensioner can receive, depending on the pensioner's other income (the rule is generally 50 cents reduction in GIS for every dollar of the pensioner's other income)...
  4. how does OAS overpayment affect taxable income?

    Taxation
    My father received some OAS payments during the year but later paid the money back to Service Canada because he turned out to be ineligible for those payments. So, since he returned the money, effectively he received zero OAS payment for the year on a net basis. However, his T4A(OAS) slip still...
  5. OAS clawback versus OAS recovery tax

    Retirement
    These terms both really apply to the same thing, but I like to think of the "clawback" as the amount of your OAS entitlement that's withheld in advance (up to 100%). The clawback for any fiscal year (July to June) is normally based on your income from the previous calendar year, but there is a...
  6. Have you ever wondered how living in another country affects CPP or OAS eligiblity?

    Retirement
    Canada has international social security agreements with over 50 countries. These agreements make it easier for someone who has lived in one of those countries to qualify for CPP and OAS (as well as possibly qualifying for benefits from that other country). If you want to know more about how...
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