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If you have waited beyond your full retirement age (66 for those born between 1943 and 1954) to begin collecting Social Security benefits, you have the option of asking for back payments. The maximum that Social Security offers is six months' worth of retroactive payments in a lump sum.
To qualify for a special tax calculation, the payments described on Form T1198, Statement of Qualifying Retroactive Lump-Sum Payment, must have been paid to an individual for one or more preceding years throughout which the individual was a resident of Canada.
The employee has to send Form T1198 to their tax centre and request the special tax calculation be applied to their income tax and benefit return.
Remember, retro pay is subject to employment taxes. The amount you owe the employee in gross wages is not the amount they will take home.
The T1198 is required in order file the federal income return with the Canada Revenue Agency. There is no equivalent form for Quebec provincial income tax returns.

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The Form T1198 \u2013 Statement of Qualifying Retroactive Lump-Sum Payment is a form you submit to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) if you received a lump sum payment and would like them to complete a special tax calculation that takes into account the unusual nature of this lump-sum payment.
Entering your NAC isn't mandatory; you'll still be able to NETFILE without it. However, if you don't enter it, you won't be able to use any information from your 2021 tax return to confirm your identity with the CRA in the future (for example, if you need to call the CRA, or sign up for your CRA My Account).
The T1198 is required in order file the federal income return with the Canada Revenue Agency. There is no equivalent form for Quebec provincial income tax returns.
The Form T1198 \u2013 Statement of Qualifying Retroactive Lump-Sum Payment is a form you submit to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) if you received a lump sum payment and would like them to complete a special tax calculation that takes into account the unusual nature of this lump-sum payment.
If you have waited beyond your full retirement age (66 for those born between 1943 and 1954) to begin collecting Social Security benefits, you have the option of asking for back payments. The maximum that Social Security offers is six months' worth of retroactive payments in a lump sum.

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