Redeeming shares after 7 years

Once you've held your shares for at least 7 years, you can opt to keep them or you can redeem them if you no longer wish to take advantage of the tax credit related to buying new shares or making an exchange.

Redeeming shares after 7 years

Once you've held your shares for at least 7 years, you can opt to keep them or you can redeem them if you no longer wish to take advantage of the tax credit related to buying new shares or making an exchange.

Minimum holding period and consequences of redeeming shares

The minimum required holding period for CRCD shares is seven years to the day from the date of purchase. For that reason, buying the share should be considered a long-term investment.


When you ask to redeem shares after the mandatory seven-year holding period, you can no longer claim a tax credit for the current tax year or any subsequent tax year, either for buying more shares or making a share exchange.

So, if you ask to redeem your shares during the 2019 issue, you will not be able to claim the tax credit for the 2019 tax year and subsequent years.


At the date your shares become eligible to redeem, you can opt to keep them or to redeem them.

A caisse advisor can help you make your decision based on your investment profile and your plans.

 

Asking to redeem shares held for at least 7 years

  1. Contact your caisse. An authorized employee will be able to tell you about the different options you have. Requests to redeem shares may be made in person at your caisse, by mail or by fax.
  2. Fill out and sign the redemption instruction form.
  3. You can opt to have your payment deposited directly into your account or receive a cheque by mail.

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