Régie des rentes du Québec

Fee Schedule

The fees applicable to a pension plan, a locked-in retirement account (LIRA) or a life income fund (LIF) are established in conformity with the Regulation respecting supplemental pension plans, which sets the fees payable to the Régie des rentes du Québec.


Annual information return

Return for a pension plan with an actuarial valuation note


End of the fiscal year:


From 31 December 2013 to 30 December 2014
500 $ + 9,30 $
per active member, non-active member and beneficiary ( maximum = 100 000 $ )

From 31 December 2012 to 30 December 2013
500 $ + 9,05 $
per active member, non-active member and beneficiary ( maximum = 100 000 $ )

From 31 December 2011 to 30 December 2012
500 $ + 8,90 $
per active member, non-active member and beneficiary ( maximum = 100 000 $ )

For previous years, contact the Régie.

PENALTIES

A penalty of 10% for each complete month of delay is applied, up to a maximum set by the regulation.

The Régie will inform the administrator of any penalties.


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Return for a pension plan without an actuarial valuation note


End of the fiscal year:



From 31 December 2013 to 30 December 2014
250 $ + 9,30 $
per active member, non-active member and beneficiary ( maximum = 100 000 $ )

From 31 December 2012 to 30 December 2013
250 $ + 9,05 $
per active member, non-active member and beneficiary ( maximum = 100 000 $ )

From 31 December 2011 to 30 December 2012
250 $ + 8,90 $
per active member, non-active member and beneficiary ( maximum = 100 000 $ )

For previous years, contact the Régie.


PENALTIES

A penalty of 10% for each complete month of delay is applied, up to a maximum set by the regulation.

The Régie will inform the administrator of any penalties.


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Return for a simplified pension plan

1 000 $ + 4,50 $ per active member


PENALTIES

A penalty of 10% for each complete month of delay is applied, up to a maximum set by the regulation.

The Régie will inform the administrator of any penalties.


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Actuarial valuation

PENALTIES

Date of the actuarial valuation:
After 30 December 2009

For each complete month of delay, 20% of the fees for the annual information return that covers the last fiscal year ended as at the date of the actuarial valuation, up to a maximum of 100% of those fees.

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Registration of a new pension plan

Registration of a new plan with actuarial valuation note


Date of the application for registration:



From 31 December 2013 to 30 December 2014
500 $ + 9,30 $ per active member, non-active member and beneficiary ( maximum = 100 000 $ )

From 31 December 2012 to 30 December 2013
500 $ + 9,05 $ per active member, non-active member and beneficiary ( maximum = 100 000 $ )

For previous years, contact the Régie.


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Registration of a new plan without actuarial valuation note

Date of the application for registration:


From 31 December 2013 to 30 December 2014
250 $ + 9,30 $ per active member, non-active member and beneficiary ( maximum = 100 000 $ )

From 31 December 2012 to 30 December 2013
250 $ + 9,05 $ per active member, non-active member and beneficiary ( maximum = 100 000 $ )

For previous years, contact the Régie.


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Registration of a new simplified pension plan


Date of the application for registration:

From 31 December 2013 to 30 December 2014
1 000 $ + 5,95 $ per active member

For previous years, contact the Régie.


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Registration of a flexible component



1 000 $


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Termination of a pension plan

Termination of a plan with an actuarial valuation note


Termination date:


From 31 December 2013 to 30 December 2014
500 $ + 18,60 $ per active member, non-active member and beneficiary ( maximum = 100 000 $ )

From 31 December 2012 to 30 December 2013
500 $ + 18,10 $ per active member, non-active member and beneficiary ( maximum = 100 000 $ )

From 31 December 2011 to 30 December 2012
500 $ + 17,80 $ per active member, non-active member and beneficiary ( maximum = 100 000 $ )

For previous years, contact the Régie.



PENALTIES

A penalty of 10% for each complete month of delay is applied, up to a maximum set by the regulation.

The Régie will inform the administrator of any penalties.


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Termination of a plan without an actuarial valuation note


Termination date:


From 31 December 2013 to 30 December 2014
250 $ + 18,60 $ per active member, non-active member and beneficiary ( maximum = 100 000 $ )

From 31 December 2011 to 30 December 2012
250 $ + 17,80 $ per active member, non-active member and beneficiary ( maximum = 100 000 $ )

From 31 December 2010 to 30 December 2011
250 $ + 17,20 $ per active member, non-active member and beneficiary ( maximum = 100 000 $ )

For previous years, contact the Régie.



PENALTIES

A penalty of 10% for each complete month of delay is applied, up to a maximum set by the regulation.

The Régie will inform the administrator of any penalties.


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Termination of a simplified pension plan



1 000 $


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Distribution of the surplus assets of a terminated pension plan


1% of the surplus assets as determined before distribution.

(minimum = 500 $ or the amount of the surplus assets, whichever is lower)

(maximum = 50 000 $)


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Search for an untraceable member or beneficiary


20 $ for each name listed in the application.


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LIRA / LIF


1 000 $ for the registration of each standard contract.

250 $ before 31 December of each year.

A penalty of 10% of the balance outstanding for each complete month of delay.


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  • A pension plan with an actuarial valuation is a plan to which Chapter X of the Supplemental Pension Plans Act applies. The plan must be the subject of a periodic actuarial valuation. Example: a defined benefit plan.
  • A pension plan without an actuarial valuation is a plan to which Chapter X of the Supplemental Pension Plans Act does not apply. The plan is not the subject of a periodic actuarial valuation. Examples: a defined contribution plan, an insured plan.
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