Can we accept post-dated CPT30 forms?

If an employee submits a post-dated form, employers should return it to the employee and request she submit it closer to the date it will take effect: Expert

Question: One of our employees wants to stop making Canada Pension Plan (CPP) contributions as of May 2012, the month after she turns 65. She has just given us a completed and signed CPT30 form. She has post-dated it for the end of April 2012. Should we accept it from her this early?

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