In May of the current year, your employer received a PIER report from the CRA that identified Canada Pension Plan (CPP) contribution deficiencies for employees in the organization who: turned 18...

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In May of the current year, your employer received a PIER report from the CRA that identified Canada Pension Plan (CPP) contribution deficiencies for employees in the organization who:

  • turned 18 during the year
  • turned 70 during the year
  • had chosen to opt out of paying CPP by submitting a completed CPT30 form

To avoid a recurrence, the Payroll Manager, Rose Yan, has asked you to prepare a summary of the CPP reporting requirements on T4 information slips. The summary will be used to validate the current payroll setup to ensure that the T4s will be completed properly in future. Provide information on the CPP related boxes that must be completed, including how any amounts are calculated, for employees who:

  • are under 18 for the entire year
  • turn 18 during the year
  • are over 70 for the entire year
  • turn 70 during the year
  • submit a completed CPT30 form during the year, electing to stop contributing to the Canada Pension Plan
  • submit a completed CPT30 form during the year, revoking their previous election to stop contributing to the Canada Pension Plan

Prepare your response XXXXXXXXXXwords) using your name, correct spelling, grammar and punctuation. You will be penalized if you areexcessivelyover or under the suggested word count. Your response to this question must be stated in your own words and should be based on the course material, your experiences, knowledge gained through the course and at least one external government resource.

  • if you are referencing the Canada Revenue Agency’s Employers' Guide - Payroll Deductions and Remittances – T4001, state the URL where the information can be found,http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/E/pub/tg/t4001/README.htmland the page number, if applicable
  • if you are referencing the course material, state the course name, chapter and page number where the information can be found (for example, PF2, 1-1)
Since this is a Canadian payroll assignement please referred to Canadian website
Answered Same DayOct 06, 2019

Answer To : In May of the current year, your employer received a PIER report from the CRA that identified Canada...

David answered on Dec 24 2019
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An employer needs has to make CPP contribution as deduction from the salary of the employee who have pensionable earnings if the following conditions are satisfied:
· The employee is in pensionable employment during the year;
· The employee is not a disabled person in consideration of Quebec;
· The employee must be aged between 18 to 70 years old but in case the employer has not provided the Form CPT 30 regarding the CPP contribution then the age limit should be 65 to 70 years.
So it is clearly evident that the employer should have the T4 slip in which the information is...
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