QPP Contribution Payable by a Self-Employed Person or a Member of a Partnership

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If you earned income as a self-employed person (line 27 of Schedule L) or as a person responsible for a family-type resource or an intermediate resource (line 40 of Schedule L, if you received an RL-29 slip; otherwise line 27 of Schedule L) and you did not enter an amount on lines 96 and 96.1, and the amount that you entered on line 98 is less than $3,427.90, complete Work Chart 445 to calculate the contribution you must make to the Québec Pension Plan (QPP) on income from self-employment.

If you entered an amount on line 96 or 96.1, complete form LE-35-V, QPP Contribution on Income From Self-Employment, to calculate the contribution that you must make to the QPP on income from self-employment and the amount you can deduct. Do not submit the form with your return. Keep it in your files.

Maximum pensionable earnings and QPP contribution rate

For 2021, the basic QPP contribution rate remained 10.8%, and the first additional QPP contribution rate increased from 0.60% to 1%. The maximum pensionable earnings for the purpose of the QPP have been increased from $58,700 to $61,600.

For 2022, the basic QPP contribution rate remains 10.8%, and the first additional QPP contribution rate will increase 1% to 1.5%. The maximum pensionable earnings for the purpose of the QPP will increase from $61,600 to $64,900.

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