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Using Excel to Balance Year-End

A fundamental payroll responsibility is to ensure that year-end slips are completed with 100% accuracy. It’s hard to imagine how the checking and balancing required to meet this responsibility could be done without mastering Excel fundamentals. Here’s a best practice … Continue reading

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Employee Identity – Best Practices

What would you do in this situation? You’re hiring an employee, where a valid driver’s licence is required. The company pays by direct deposit, so the applicant has provided a void cheque. You have asked, but the employee says his … Continue reading

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Which Tax Year?

Everyone understands that T4 reporting applies on a cash basis, based on actual pay dates. For example, a bi-weekly pay period may cover work between December 14 and 27, 2013, but the pay day for that work may fall on … Continue reading

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Which Year-End Slip – T4 or T4A?

For most purposes, it’s pretty straightforward which year-end slip has to be completed. While we generally think of year-end reporting requirements in terms of just the T4, there are, however, a variety of other slips which payroll must occasionally use … Continue reading

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A Not New, New Employer?

Employers aren’t static or frozen in time. There is a constant turnover, as entrepreneurs start new businesses, as companies buy and sell existing operations or as entities merge or migrate from one ownership structure to another. Merger and acquisition are … Continue reading

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