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This online professional development seminar is designed for accounting and human resource professionals who oversee payroll. It will provide a high-level introduction of the payroll function and participants will learn about processing and reporting requirements, and payroll practitioners' responsibilities specific to government statutory withholding and remittance.
A foundational course designed for payroll practitioners preparing year-end for the first time or for payroll professionals, accountants and managers who need a refresher on the year-end process, specific to Quebec.
Tous les onze ans, l'année comprend 27 périodes de paie lorsque la fréquence de paie est de quinzaine. Lorsqu'elle est hebdomadaire, l'année comprend 53 périodes de paie à tous les sept ans. Cela signifie-t-il que la rémunération que les employés recevront ces années-là sera augmentée ou réduite? Joignez-vous à nous et participez à ce webinaire informatif qui vous apprendra ce que cette situation implique et qui vous donnera les moyens d'éviter certains pièges.
Payment on Filing (PoF) is a new Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) policy which will assist eligible employers in their final year-end remittance. This new change was as a result of the CPA’s advocacy initiatives which could save employers fines and penalties for non-compliance during the year-end process. Participate in this webinar to determine how you, as an employer, can benefit from the use of Payment on Filing (PoF).
As an employer in order to withhold the proper deductions, you will have to know the rules around province of employment. But that's not all, this also depends on whether your employee physically reports for work at your establishment or "place of business". How do you determine this if you have employees that work from home offices or report for work elsewhere? During this webinar, we will answer these questions and more.
Now that B.C. EHT has been in place for a year, are you ready for your first annual filing? If you have a British Columbia (B.C.) payroll and you’ve been filing your quarterly installments, you will need to ensure your organization is compliant with the rules in order to file your returns accurately and on time. Join the Canadian Payroll Association and representatives from the Minister of Finance B.C. for an informative 90 minute webinar on calculating, reconciling and administering B.C.
Reconciling and balancing Payroll information with your company's reports and general ledger is a critical step for the payroll professional, but one that is often overlooked. Join us for an informative 90 minute webinar on Payroll Balancing and Reconciliation to learn what is required, guidelines to follow, and reconciliation procedures to set you up for success throughout the year.
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