Site Search

The sapling symbolizes your involvement in planning for your future.

The fully grown tree symbolizes a successful pension planning strategy.

OTPP Contribution Rates

Contribution increases announced by the Ontario Teachers' Federation (OTF) and Ontario government begin in 2012.  The increases address the $17.1 billion funding shortfall as of January 2011.  Members will contribute an additional 1.1% of their salary to the Teachers' pension plan to offset the 2011 funding shortfall.  The increase will be phased in over three years, with members contributing 0.4% more in 2012 and 0.35% more in each of 2013 and 2014.  The Ontario government and designated employers (University of Windsor) will continue to match total member contributions at the new, higher rates.

2017 Contribution Rates:

The 2017 Year's Maximum Pensionable Earnings (YMPE) for calculating contributions is $55,300. The contribution rate remains unchanged from 2014, 2015, and 2016 at 11.50% of a member's pensionable earnings up to the YMPE and 13.10% above the YMPE.

 

2016 Contribution Rates:

The 2016 Year's Maximum Pensionable Earnings (YMPE) for calculating contributions is $54,900. The contribution rate remains unchanged from 2014 and 2015 at 11.50% of a member's pensionable earnings up to the YMPE and 13.10% above the YMPE.

2015 Contribution Rates:

The 2015 Year's Maximum Pensionable Earnings (YMPE) for calculating contributions is $53, 600.  The contribution rate remains unchanged from 2014 at 11.50% of a member's pensionable earnings up to the YMPE and 13.10% above the YMPE.

2014 Contribution Rates:

The 2014 Year's Maximum Pensionable Earnings (YMPE) for calculating contributions is $52,500.  The contribution rate is increasing by 0.35% to 11.50% of a member's salary up to the YMPE and 13.1% above the YMPE.

2013 Contribution Rates:

The 2013 Year’s Maximum Pensionable Earnings (YMPE) for calculating contributions is $51,100. The contribution rate is increasing by 0.35% to 11.15% of a member’s salary up to the YMPE and 12.75% above the YMPE.

The 2010 Year’s Maximum Pensionable Earnings (YMPE) for calculating contributions is $47,200. The contribution rate remains unchanged at 10.4% of a member’s salary up to the YMPE and 12.0% above the YMPE.  

2012 Contribution Rates:
The 2012 Year’s Maximum Pensionable Earnings (YMPE) for calculating contributions is $50,100. The contribution rate is increasing by 0.4% to 10.8% of a member’s salary up to the YMPE and 12.4% above the YMPE.

2011 Contribution Rates:
The 2011 Year’s Maximum Pensionable Earnings (YMPE) for calculating contributions is $48,300. The contribution rate remains unchanged from 2010 at 10.4% of a member’s salary up to the YMPE and 12.0% above the YMPE.

2010 Contribution Rates:
The 2010 Year’s Maximum Pensionable Earnings (YMPE) for calculating contributions is $47,200. The contribution rate remains unchanged from 2009 at 10.4% of a member’s salary up to the YMPE and 12.0% above the YMPE.

2010 Contribution Rates: