June 21, 2012 - The mid-year tax changes are set and are now included in eNETPayroll, eNETEmployer and GrandMaster products. Only a few small changes this time around. Mainly the Ontario government added a personal income tax bracket for incomes over $500,000, with a rate of 13.16%.
May 28, 2012 - eNETPayroll and eNETEmployer now have hourly import available! You can now import hours from an external time clock system. On eNETPayroll you will find the shiney new Import button on the Employee Setup screen. Click, choose your time system, choose your file, click import, smile. On eNETEmployer the import button is at the top of the Hours Entry screen.
Feb 23, 2012 - Less than a week left to get your T4's submitted and handed out to your employees. Don't forget that you can submit your T4's over the Internet using the Internet File Transfer application provided by CRA. To create the file to upload select 'Internet Filing (XML File) in the Printer/Output file on the Print T4/T4A screen.
Feb 20, 2011 Are you interested in keeping informed about news, events, and tips related to the payroll industry? If so visit the Payroll News website at http://www.canpay.com/payrollnews. You can view it online, or signup to receive the free monthly newsletter right to your inbox.
Jan 10, 2012 - A new 2011 T4 form has been added. Once again the CRA has slightly moved all the fields and undid last years change so that there is once again a space for the company address.
Dec 19, 2011 - Holiday season again! Year end is fast approaching and eNETPayroll is ready for the new year with the 2012 updates. When a calculation is performed with a paydate in 2012, eNETPayroll will update the federal and provincial TD1 amounts for employees who have basic amounts. If an employee does not have a basic amount these amounts should be updated manually when a new personal tax credits form is filled out.
June 17, 2011 - Updates for July 1st payroll deduction formula changes have been implemented.
Jan 25, 2011 - Don't forget that you can submit your T4's over the Internet using the Internet File Transfer application provided by CRA. To create the file to upload select 'Internet Filing (XML File) in the Printer/Output file on the Print T4/T4A screen.
Jan 24, 2011 - There are some new boxes set in place for T4's for the 'Other information' section. These boxes are:
- 66 - Eligible retiring allowances
- 67 - Non-eligible retiring allowances
- 68 - Status Indian Eligible retiring allowances
- 69 - Status Indian Non-eligible retiring allowances
- 86 - Stock option cash-out expense
Have a Happy New Year!
Dec 20, 2010 - Happy Holidays! Year end is apon us and eNETPayroll is ready for the new year with the 2011 updates. When a calculation is performed with a paydate in 2011, eNETPayroll will update the federal and provincial TD1 amounts for employees who have basic amounts. If an employee does not have a basic amount these amounts should be updated manually when a new personal tax credits form is filled out.
Aug 4, 2010 - We've updated our code signing certificate. Code signing is the process of digitally signing software to confirm and guarantee that the code has not been changed or corrupted. The reason we updated it is simply because the certificate needs to be renewed from time to time.
You may notice the first time you load the login page that a security question pops up and asks if you want to trust the content from Canadian Payroll Systems. Just click the 'Always Trust' checkbox and click 'Run' or 'Ok'.
July 22, 2010 - Summer is zooming past us and will be gone before we know it. It's time to take advantage of eNETPayroll and work from the park, backyard, beach or cottage.
An update to the accumulator calculation has been implemented. It came to light that when disabling an accumulator and running a calculation the accumulator balances were not being carried forward. This has now been fixed.
On a related note, if you're calculating a bonus calculation run it is not necessary to 'disable' an accumulator if the earning you're calculating is not selected in the accumulator function.
June 15, 2010 - Updates for July 1st payroll deduction formula changes have been implemented.
Newfoundland and Labrador has some changes to the provincial income tax rates. Reducing the second and third personal income tax brackets from 12.8% to 12.5% and 15.5% to 13.3% respectively.
Nova Scotia has had a fifth tax bracket added. Taxable income between $93,000 and $150,000 will now be taxed at 21%. Since employees in this bracket have been taxed at 17.5% for the first six months of the year, they will be taxed at 24.5% for the remaining six months.
Apr. 8, 2010 - Spring has sprung! It's time for new beginnings, so why not check out The Payroll News. It a monthly newsletter that offers a great information about upcoming payroll events and regulation changes. You can view it online or signup and have it delivered right to your inbox.
Dec. 18, 2009 - Are you ready for the holidays and the new year? eNETPayroll's ready. Updated tax calculation formulas are now available. As always Federal and Provincial claim amounts that are at the basic amount will be updated to the new basic amounts. Any amounts other than basic should be updated manually.
Included in the new release is the T4 export which can be upload in the CRA's T4 Web Forms program. Companies with more than 50 T4's are now required to use this paperless option. To take advantage of this "green" option simply choose "Export XML File" from the "Printer/Output" dropdown in the Print T4s/T4As screen. Then login to your T4 Web Forms account and upload this file.
Oct. 5, 2009 - Reporting just got faster! eNETPayrolls reporting has been optimized to decrease the delay in viewing and printing reports dramatically.
Oct. 4, 2009 - When pay statements eNETPayroll now, by default, does not print statements of active employees with no current pay activity. Similarly cheques by default are not printed if they have a no amount.
June 17, 2009 - eNETPayroll has been updated with Canada Revenue's legislation changes for July 1st. These changes will take effect when a payroll with a pay date on or after July 1st, is calculated.
June 1, 2009 - Canada Revenue Agency has released a draft of their updates effective July 1st, 2009. There is very few changes in this release only affecting New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador and Saskatchewan. These changes will be implemented shortly.
Provincial Payroll Information - This section of our website provides basic payroll and human resource information for all Canadian provinces and territories.
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