The Canada Pension Plan is a Federal Social Program that makes payments to contributors upon retirement, death or disability. While most Canadians are aware the CPP program pays retirement benefits, many are unaware that the CPP program can also make payments to workers between the ages of 18-65 who become disabled and unable to maintain gainful employment.
Are you looking to better understand the CPP disability benefits program? Do you need to apply for CPP disability benefits? Has Service Canada denied your claim and you need to appeal? Is your CPP appeal going to the Social Security Tribunal? Have you run into tax or insurance-related problems related to your CPP disability payments?
If you answer yes to any of these questions, then you are in the right place. At Resolute Legal our mission is to be the absolute best source of information for your questions about the CPP disability program.
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