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HOOPP provides a number of forms, resources and tools to assist in navigating the many benefits and features of the Plan.
Members use this form to let HOOPP know about their spouse and/or beneficiaries, or to update the information we have on file.
Members use this form to prove their spousal status.
This form is used by the surviving spouse of a HOOPP member in order to apply for a survivor benefit.
A retiring member and his or her spouse use this FSCO form to waive their right to a survivor pension.
Spouses of members (and former members) use this FSCO form to waive their right to a pre-retirement death benefit.
Active members use this form to request an estimate of their HOOPP pension, based on verified data.
Members use this form to stop contributions at the employer where they work part-time.
Members use this form to request a buyback quote.
Members use this form to request a quote for a buyback that would involve transferring funds from a previous RPP to HOOPP.
A member’s physician completes this form to provide HOOPP with medical information.
A member’s physician completes this form to provide the medical information about a continuing disability.
Members complete this form to support their application for a disability retirement or a disability benefit.
Members complete this form for their application for a disability retirement/disability benefit due to continuing disability.
Members use this form to provide HOOPP with consent to disclose information to a third party.
Retired members use this form to report a change in their name, address or banking information.
Retired members use this Canada Revenue Agency TD1 form to manage the tax deduction from their pension.
Retired members who live in Quebec use this Revenue Quebec TP-1015.3-V form to claim federal and provincial tax credits.
Retired members who have a new spouse after retirement use this form to apply for spousal benefits.
Retired members who plan to return to work use this form to find out how much additional pension they would receive if they were to temporarily suspend their pension and resume making contributions.
This booklet provides a brief overview of how a HOOPP pension works and its main features for full-time and part-time members.
This booklet provides a brief overview of the main features of a HOOPP pension, and explains how to choose a retirement date and what steps active members can take to ensure a smooth transition to retirement.
This booklet provides active members with a brief overview of HOOPP buyback feature, and the important role it can play in helping you grow your HOOPP pension.
This booklet provides members with details of HOOPP's disability benefits, along with the forms required to apply for benefits.
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