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Small business payroll software provider, Wagepoint has joined the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. We're excited to work together to enable and empower Canadian Businesses.
addy is a Vancouver-based real estate investing software company with a goal to make investing accessible to all Canadians. They are also proud Wagepoint customers. Here's why:
Compliance or advisory? The dance between the two has been an ongoing discussion throughout the accounting and bookkeeping community. Here's where payroll can fit in.
Now, more than ever, it's important to invest in your mental health, especially if you're a small business owner. Here are five ways you can improve your well-being right now.
Canadian small business owners who claimed the 10% Temporary Wage Subsidy must self-report their eligibility for the program to the CRA. Here is a walk-through on how to submit Form PD27.
Wagepoint CPO Leena Thampan and What She Said! Podcast host Candace Sampson sit down to discuss diversity and inclusion, remote work culture, shattering glass ceilings and women in the workplace.
Stay on top of statutory holidays and other important Canadian small business payroll deadlines with our friendly 2021 payroll calendar.
Stay on top of public holidays and other important American small business payroll deadlines with our friendly 2021 payroll calendar.
Every January, it's time for employers to check their T4s before submitting them to the CRA. Industry expert, Susan Watkin, shares five important things to verify.
A simple, yet essential guide to T4s, T4As and RL-1s. Written especially for Canadian Small Businesses, it also includes a helpful explanation and checklist for payroll year-end.
Wagepoint teamed up with Juliet Aurora, co-founder of AIS Solutions and Kninja Knetwork to discuss all things Temporary Wage Subsidy (TWS) and Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS). Here's the recap.
Turns out, payroll is the one service offering that can quickly get out of control for accountants and bookkeepers. Wagepoint Partner, Jennie Moore explains what scope creep is and how to manage it.
Later, previously known as Latergramme, is a visual marketing platform and proud Wagepoint customer. Here's why they chose Wagepoint as their payroll software.
Wagepoint hosted a breakout session on the role payroll played in qualifying and applying to wage subsidies and reporting and compliance during the CPB Canada Ignite 2020 event. Here's the recap.
While employees can claim health insurance as a tax-free benefit, shareholders who own more than 2% of company stock can’t. Here’s what they have to do instead.
The Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA) has introduced new T4 reporting requirements that employers must follow for the 2020 tax year. Learn more about it here.
There's more to knowledge management than how-to documents. Proper knowledge management can help your team stay productive as you navigate major setbacks. Here's how:
In June 2020, Wagepoint conducted a survey of 300 English-speaking small business owners, CEOs and General Managers to find out how COVID-19 had affected their workforce. See the findings.
Wagepoint CEO Shrad Rao and Fintech Impact Podcast host Jason Pereira sit down to discuss Shrad's journey to building Wagepoint — both as a fintech product and a payroll software provider.
Focus on the client relationship and let tech handle everything else. Jennie Moore, Practice Ignition's Head of Canadian Accounting, shows us how she uses apps to simplify her sales process.