ate: In 2017, I have $10K RRSP contribution room, so I contributed $10K RRSP in May 2017.?

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ate: In 2017, I have $10K RRSP contribution room, so I contributed $10K RRSP in May 2017.

In July 2017, I went to work for a new company and this company offers "RRSP matched by employer".

rule is: I contribute 3% of my base salary to this company RRSP, and the company will match 3%.

(Total is 6% of my base salary to my RRSP.) so I did this.

So do I have an issue of over-contribution of RRSP? because I already bought the $10K in May 2017 of my contribution room?

Thanks you

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  • tro
    Lv 7
    3 years ago
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    if there is a limit that you have already met you are not allowed to participate in additional

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