for the same or a subsequent disability under any government-
sponsored plan, excluding dependent benefits, employment
insurance benefits and automatic cost-of-living increases under
any government-sponsored plan that occur after benefits begin.
I read this as they will not subtract my yearly increase of my CPP-D from my LTD.
Your Long-Term Disability payment will be increased each January 1
based on the calculated increase in the Canadian Consumer Price index
up to a maximum of 3.00%.
The case worker told me the new amount of my LTD not subtracting anything.
The deposit statement has the deposit amount and it seems to subtract my increased CPP-D.
Yes follow up with them. Based on that wording they should not be deducing your CPPD increases for inflation. Are they deducting income taxes?
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