Spouse passes in 2014 and has a large amount of RRSP remaining.

Does the spouse get slips showing the transfer of the RRSP to her or are there no slips issued??  She did receive some RRSP slips with showing very small amounts in the deposited amount area, even though she did not purchase RRSP in 2014

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If the spouse was a beneficiary of the plan then there would be a T4RSP to the beneficiary and with a transfer there would also be a RRSP contribution with a note in one of the boxes saying it's a transfer under a section of the tax act which allows you to increase the RRSP room by the amount of the transfer.

Some institutions may not use this process as it is a transfer they may process as a direct transfer where no slips are issued.

either way in the end a RRSP rollover isn't taxable.

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