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by Tax Guy - Burlington Accountant on February 1, 2010 Print This Post
The RRSP dollar limit is the money purchase limit for the preceding calendar year except for 1996. Therefore the RRSP dollar limit for 2007 would be the money purchase limit for 2006.
See RRSP Dollar Limit and Money Purchase limits
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