As a member, you are entitled to enjoy a wide range of benefits and perks.
The Association fee is determined at the Annual General Meeting. The fee this year is $20 per year and it is paid through an annual deduction from the member’s July pension cheque.
No, once you join the BCRPVPA, the Pension Corporation automatically deducts the membership fee from your pension in June of each year. You do not need to do anything further.
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No, as you voluntarily belong to the BCRPVPA, and it is not considered a necessary condition of employment. It will not appear on your T4A.
“The cost of maintaining membership in voluntary associations, even if related to one’s trade or profession, is not deductible.” CRA website
Yes, you can as it is considered a necessary part of employment. Presently the annual fee is $80 due by May 31st of each year. Find out more at: how to maintain your certification. You will receive an emailed tax receipt for payment.
Yes, you can if you have had continuous medical and dental coverage and have not allowed it to lapse. If you have been under your spouse’s coverage that counts as continuous coverage. You can be on one plan for extended health and a different one for dental, but you must have had continuous coverage.
Once you sign on you have 30 days to change your mind or wait 365 days to change plans. Presently our group coverage choices are Green Shield or Johnson Prestige. A comparison chart between the two plans can be found under Benefits if you scroll down to the bottom.
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