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Table 4-1
Imputation rates

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  Assets or debts
(after imputation)1
Imputed1
%
Assets 100 25
Pension assets ... ...
RRSPs / LIRAs / RRIFs / other 11 9
Employer pension plan (EPP)2 ... ...
Financial assets, non-pension 10 14
Deposits in financial institutions 4 12
Mutual funds/investments funds/income trusts 2 12
Stocks 2 15
Bonds 1 13
Other financial assets 1 17
Non-financial assets 50 4
Principal residence 33 4
Other real estate 9 7
Vehicles 3 1
Other non-financial assets 5 3
Equity in business 11 16
Debts 100 3
Mortgages 75 3
Principal residence 64 3
Other real estate 11 2
Line of credit 9 4
Credit card and instalment debt 3 3
Student loans 3 3
Vehicle loans 6 5
Other debt 4 1
Net worth ... 28
... not applicable
1. This means, for example, that the principal residence (the home) constituted 33% of total assets and that 4% of the total amount for principal residence was imputed.
2. For employer pension plans, all values have been derived and not imputed.