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Filing taxes on B Permit with 3a contribution

How does one go about getting a tax return when one has reduced effective taxable income by contributing to a Pillar 3a?
(income tax already paid at the source at the correct rate, and no other out-of-the-ordinary circumstances)

My googling has come up inconclusive thus far. Thanks.
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