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The law is clear and CPP Disability payments stop when you claim CPP Retirement benefits or at 65 if you don't make a claim.
That was the same in 2014.I never heard of that regulation. Where did you see it?
But that was only two years ago and it was not the law back then.I will do a bit of research and see if I can find something that was published in error perhaps but that was not the law unfortunately.
Just to clarify you believe that two years ago you could receive both at the same time?Or that you could switch and get the better one?
OKSo you are saying had you known about the 15 month rule you would have changed to CPP Disability?
And you believe there was no rule two years go or that there was this rule then too?
Sorry I think I was not clear. Are you saying the rule existed back then but you were told the wrong thing or the rule did not exist?And are you saying that if there was no rule then but there is now it should apply retroactively? Have you had early CPP retirement for more than 15 months?
I will keep looking.
I cannot find a thing. I am sorry about that.I will try further but I don't believe I will be able to succeed.
Did you call CPP and ask?
I have a better idea.
I suggest you call a local legal aid clinic.
They will know.
I am sorry I could not find the information.