Canadian Payroll Posts

Payroll articles and some general small business topics for good measure.

  • What is a Record of Employment (ROE)?

    What is a Record of Employment (ROE)?

    When an employee with insurable earnings leaves a company, employers must issue a Record of Employment (ROE) to determine whether they are eligible for EI benefits.

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  • 5 Steps for Choosing the Right Construction Payroll Provider

    5 Steps for Choosing the Right Construction Payroll Provider

    Payroll for the construction industry can get complicated. Learn how to find the right payroll tool to fit your specific needs and budget.

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  • Paying Employees in Canada and the US — What You Need to Know [Mini Guide & Infographic]

    Paying Employees in Canada and the US — What You Need to Know [Mini Guide & Infographic]

    US employer with Canadian employees or Canadian employer with American employees? Here's what you need to know about paying workers in the other country.

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  • Restaurant Timekeeping, Scheduling and Payroll [Webinar Recap]

    Restaurant Timekeeping, Scheduling and Payroll [Webinar Recap]

    In this webinar recap, you'll learn how the combination of scheduling and timekeeping from 7shifts and payroll from Wagepoint can help your restaurant save time and money.

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  • Time Tracking for Construction, Trade, and Field Workers [Webinar Recap]

    Time Tracking for Construction, Trade, and Field Workers [Webinar Recap]

    If your payroll includes construction, trade, or field workers, your time-tracking needs are a bit more complex. This article recaps the simple solution of pairing TSheets with Wagepoint.

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  • What to Do When You Get a Payroll Notice of Assessment

    What to Do When You Get a Payroll Notice of Assessment

    If the CRA sends you a payroll notice of assessment, don’t panic. Run through our top seven reasons for receiving a notice — and how to fix them.

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  • Payroll Tax vs. Income Tax — How They Work for Canadian Payroll

    Payroll Tax vs. Income Tax — How They Work for Canadian Payroll

    What's the difference between payroll tax and income tax? Is it like the difference between brown and beige? Wagepoint has the simple answer to understanding payroll and income taxes.

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  • Why Do Payroll Companies Charge Extra Fees?

    Why Do Payroll Companies Charge Extra Fees?

    Offering simple, straightforward and all-inclusive pricing, Wagepoint explains the instances that can lead to additional fees and how to avoid them.

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  • Comparing Payroll Software — What You Need To Know

    Comparing Payroll Software — What You Need To Know

    Looking for the right small business payroll software can feel overwhelming. This overview and checklist will help you in comparing payroll software.

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  • What Employees Need to Know About Statutory Holidays

    What Employees Need to Know About Statutory Holidays

    When you're relaxing on your day off, the last thing you want to worry about is getting paid. See what statutory holidays you're entitled to as an employee.

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  • Changing Payroll Companies — Webinar Recap

    Changing Payroll Companies — Webinar Recap

    Check out a recap of a webinar on what every Canadian small business should know about changing payroll providers. Hosted by Jennie Moore of Moore Details Inc.

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  • Switching Payroll Providers — A 5-Step Checklist

    Switching Payroll Providers — A 5-Step Checklist

    Any kind of change can feel overwhelming and switching payroll providers is no exception. Getting it wrong can also result in an administrative nightmare or worse.

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  • Wagepoint Annual Payroll Calendar for Canada

    Wagepoint Annual Payroll Calendar for Canada

    Download a fun, useful, printable PDF of Canadian Payroll Calendar, created especially for small businesses and startups.

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  • Paying Your Taxes as a Self-Employed Sole Proprietor in Canada

    Paying Your Taxes as a Self-Employed Sole Proprietor in Canada

    Being a self-employed sole proprietor puts you in a unique category where your business and personal income are one in the same. Find out how this affects your taxes too.

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  • The Comprehensive List of Small Business Tax Deductions

    The Comprehensive List of Small Business Tax Deductions

    A must-read for small business owners and those who are self-employed. This list of small business tax deductions will prepare you for your conversations with bookkeepers, accountants and tax experts.

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  • An 8-Step Guide to Drama-Free Sole Proprietorship Taxes [Checklist Included]

    An 8-Step Guide to Drama-Free Sole Proprietorship Taxes [Checklist Included]

    Sole proprietorship filing a T2125 with your personal income tax? Get the skinny on the documents you need to gather, the basics of the form and more — checklist included!

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  • A Closer Look at the Amounts on the T4 and T4A Tax Forms

    A Closer Look at the Amounts on the T4 and T4A Tax Forms

    Get a breakdown of the year-end T4 and T4A tax forms that all Canadian employers are responsible for. Whether you need to issue T4, T4A or a Relevé 1​, they must accurately represent the payroll year.

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  • 5 Last-Minute Tax Tips for Canadian Small Businesses

    5 Last-Minute Tax Tips for Canadian Small Businesses

    As business tax deadlines draw closer, these last-minute tax tips for Canadian small businesses, provided by the experts at Enkel Bookkeeping, will help you stay on track.

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  • 4 Ways to Handle Vacation Pay in Canada

    4 Ways to Handle Vacation Pay in Canada

    There are four basic ways you can handle vacation pay in Canada. Vacation dues can be paid with each period, paid on vacation, accrued hours paid out or in balances owed.

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  • The Canadian Small Business Stats Everyone Should Know

    The Canadian Small Business Stats Everyone Should Know

    Did you know that 99.7% of all Canadian businesses are small- to medium-sized firms? Learn more about the impact of small business with these facts.

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