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Employee Who Receives a Disability Pension Under the Québec Pension Plan

As a rule, you must withhold employee QPP contributions from an employee's pensionable salary or wages up to and including the month that includes the date (set by Retraite Québec) on which the employee becomes disabled.

However, effective January 1, 2024, you must withhold the contributions from an employee 60 or older who receives a salary or wages and also both a disability pension and a QPP retirement pension.

If the employee starts receiving a retirement pension or is no longer considered disabled by Retraite Québec, you must begin withholding QPP contributions as of the month in which the employee starts receiving the retirement pension—even if the employee also receives a disability pension—or as of month after the month in which the employee stopped receiving a disability pension.

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