Paying your employees is no minor task. We often find systemic mistakes in payroll that cause businesses to leak a lot of money every year, especially small and medium-sized businesses who are unfamiliar with the process and how it should be managed and executed.
We dive in and analyze your company's payroll structure and methods for any inefficiencies handling your payroll list. Like anything, you have to correct the fundamentals for the rest to work right.
The worst fear of many business owners and staff is to have payroll mistakes or worse for payroll to be delayed for unnecessary reasons. Scrutiny, attention to detail, and the right system are key for a healthy and successful operation of the business and this is why Payroll Management is one of the core business services we provide.
The difference of course, like everything else we do, this time it is custom made for your specific business needs and for everyone else's based on a big-box solution template.
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Doing it right matters. We often see payroll turned into a bigger headache than it should be. Whether it was choosing the default payment method by the ERP of choice or an outdated management style. These 'errors' can often generate a significant loss for companies whether financial or human resources.
CERTIFIED PAYROLL MANAGEMENT
Go with the trusted choice, with the Canadian Payroll Association certified payroll manager. The association is Canada's largest With more than 40,000 payroll practitioners, it sets up the best practices in the business.
The association stays on top of the current legislation both at federal and provincial levels. It makes sure that all its members are ahead of the curve by staying current, compliant, and connected.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED PAYROLL QUESTIONS
Payroll management is the administration of all employees' financial records often detailed in what is known as a pay stub.
Payroll management covers aspects from local and federal legislation to bank transactions, fees, and accounting systems used to deploy the financial records and process what is known as the 'Payroll'.
The Short Answer is Yes. the long answer is that it looks and works very much like all the other provinces except it varies in the terms of taxes, fees, and of course legislation.
Important elements such as the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) contributions, employment insurance (EI) premiums, and income tax deductions are among those that may differ.