19%
Yes
81%
No
11%
Yes
78%
No
7%
Yes, but only for those making over $50,000 per year
2%
No, falling interest rates are already draining elderly pension payouts
1%
Yes, pensions should be taxed like any other income
1%
No, pensions should be based on private, non-taxable accounts

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Other Popular Answers

Unique answers from Canada users whose views extended beyond the provided choices.

 @4QTTX5Kfrom Ontario answered…4yrs4Y

Yes, but only for those making over $50,000 per year. This $50,000 limit should be adjusted yearly for inflation.

 @9DW7GRSfrom Ontario answered…11mos11MO

Pension plan participation a must by law, those who do not have an employer plan, must participate in a government plan. All Plans, contributions based at 15% of gross income; annuity date no earlier than 25 years.

 @97VBYPLfrom Quebec answered…2yrs2Y

 @8VTQKZMfrom Quebec answered…3yrs3Y

People on pensions make less than when they were working so they should be taxed at a lower rate since they're making less.

 @8VTP6H3from Quebec answered…3yrs3Y

should they be taxed on money they were taxed on when they were working? is this a serious question?