The Canada Pension Plan Disability Benefits (CPPD)

CPP offers benefits to workers that suffer from a severe and prolonged disability due to accident, illness, or a mental health condition.

Assuming you are under 65 and have contributed CPP premiums in four of
the last 6 years, you may be eligible.

What is the definition of severe & prolonged?

• This means you are not able to work at all, or not able to work on a
regular basis, and unable to earn more than $5,800 gross in 2020
• Prolonged means your disability is likely to last a long time or an
unknown amount of time.

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