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Learn how to issue T4s (or T4As) to your employees, and how to find and fix common mistakes that are often flagged by the Canada Revenue Agency.

The last day in February is your last day to file your T4 information return—or risk paying late penalties.

While payroll professionals are human and mistakes may happen, it’s important to limit the number of errors to ensure employees are paid accurately and on-time.

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The year-end guide for Canadian payroll pros


Don’t slip-up
Determine if you need to issue a T4 or a T4A, and the common use cases for both types of employment slips.

Make sure it counts
Gain insight into how to determine what counts as taxable income, and which formulas to use to calculate EI and pensionable earnings.

Know it all
Brush up on your knowledge of the CRA’s PIER, and why running your own PIER is the best thing you can do before submitting your T4 information.