For 2020, the maximum pensionable earnings under the Canada Pension Plan (CPP), for employee and employer, has increased to 5.25% (2019: 5.10%) and 10.50% (2019: 10.20%) for self-employed. Contributors who earn more than $58,700 in 2020 (2019: $57,400) are not required or permitted to make additional contributions to the CPP. The increase in rate will have a maximum impact (per person) of $149.10 (2019: $155.10) for
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The Employment Insurance (EI) premiums for 2020 has been decreased to 1.58% for employees, and 2.212% (1.4 times of 1.58%) for employers. Contributors who earn more than $54,200 in 2020 are not required or permitted to make additional contributions to EI. The decrease in premium rate, in 2020, will save a maximum of $3.86 for an
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Please download and complete the checklist(s) below for the preparation of your 2018 Income Tax and Benefit Return. Please complete checklist #1 in all cases. Other checklists are only required, if you have a rental property and/or you are a self-employed individual. Along with the checklist, please provide us with
The Canada Revenue Agency announced the maximum insurable earnings and Employment Insurance (EI) premiums for 2019 on September 13, 2018. The rate has been decreased to 1.62% for employees, and 2.268% (1.4 times of 1.62%) for employers. Contributors who earn more than $53,100 in 2019 are not required or permitted to make additional contributions to EI. The decrease in