2018 Estimated and 2019 estimated

I am a bit confused about this part under 2017 and 2018 Tax Summary (Federal), where it says 2018 estimated (for last year) and this year 2019 estimated.  Do the client receive the amount of GST/HST credit quarterly? And the monthly amount for the Provincial tax credit?

I am working on a client who has no income but his wife is receiving social assistance payments, on his return under 2017 estimated, it shows for GST/HST credit: Annual 568.00 and for Provincial tax credit:  Annual 1,068.00 and for the RRSP contribution limit:  1,800.00.

But this year (no income) his 2019 estimated, it shows for GST/HST credit: Annual 580.00 and for Provincial tax credit:  Annual 616.00 and for the RRSP contribution limit:  0.00. 

Why is the RRSP contribution limit for 2019 estimated showing 0.00 this time?



 



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