FAQ: Spousal RRSPs
- Why choose to invest in a Spousal RRSP?
- Who qualifies as a spouse?
- How much can I contribute to a Spousal RRSP?
- Who can contribute to a Spousal RRSP?
- How are withdrawals from a Spousal RRSP taxed?
- When would a withdrawal from a Spousal RRSP be taxed in the spouse annuitant's hands?
- What if an Individual and Spousal RRSPs are merged into a single RRSP account?
- Can previously merged Individual and Spousal RRSPs be separated into their original RRSP accounts?
- What if I am older than 71 years of age, can I still contribute to a Spousal RRSP?
- Are there any special fees for a Spousal RRSP?
- If at the date of my death I have unused contribution room available, can the legal representative for my estate still make an RRSP contribution?
- Who receives the income tax information slips associated with a Spousal RRSP?
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