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Reduce Costs and Risk of Audits

Reduce Costs and Risk of Audits

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Taxable Benefits & Allowances: Reduce Costs and Risk of Audits
Marty S., CPM - Member, Ontario Region

One of the most common audit issues is excluding taxable benefits and allowances from employment income. Employers are responsible for: determining whether the benefits they offer are taxable to their employees, adding the value of those benefits to reportable income; and, withholding, remitting and reporting the required statutory deductions to Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) and Revenu Quebec (RQ). The Canadian Payroll Association’s Taxable Benefits & Allowances seminar offers an in-depth review of applicable legislation and regulations and explains the key concepts used by CRA and RQ to evaluate taxability and assess more than 40 common benefits, including automobile allowances, loan and stock options, gift cards and more.

Join us at an upcoming Taxable Benefits & Allowances seminar near you and improve compliance.

Upcoming Session: Hamilton - April 20

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Register online today at payroll.ca.
Register early and save - Early bird rates available two weeks prior to the seminar.

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