Liv (0livia) wrote in thequestionclub,

Hey guys,

You know how for every job you have (don't know if they only do this for full time, or part time as well), when you get your paycheque, after they take out the taxes they take out money for your CPP (Canadian Pension Plan) - (Don't know if you have the same thing in the US or what it's called..)
I understand that this money is socked away and when you retire you'll get all that money, all the CPP withdrawls that were taken out of every paycheque from all your jobs.
My question is, is there any way to find how much money is in your CPP so far at any given time?
I know that for my current job, I can tell how much money has been put into my CPP this year because it shows a "Year to Date" amount beside the CPP withdrawl on every paycheque. But I'm talking about the whole total in my CPP, from every job since I started working and having it withdrawled on my paycheques.
Is there a way to see everything that's been socked away so far?

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