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2012 CPP & EI

ImageUpdated with 2012 rates! This applies to you if you have a regular job with a salary over about $48,000 per year. We all have to pay CPP and EI, these are deducted at source by your payroll. Both CPP and EI have a maximum annual amount, and that payroll does not spread out the amount throughout the year. The net effect is your take home pay is less at the start of the year, until you reach your maximums.

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Part-time bookkeeper at your service

PatDon't need a full-time bookkeeper? Not ready to build your own accounting department? Here is the ideal alternative - I'm a freelance bookkeeper and QuickBooks consultant and I provide services for small businesses in a part-time, contractual basis. I'm passionate about providing high quality, cost-effective bookkeeping solutions.

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2011 CPP & EI

2011 CPP & EIUpdated with 2011 rates! This applies to you if you have a regular job with a salary over about $40,000 per year. We all have to pay CPP and EI, these are deducted at source by your payroll. Both CPP and EI have a maximum annual amount, and that payroll does not spread out the amount throughout the year. The net effect is your take home pay is less at the start of the year, until you reach your maximums.

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2010 CPP & EI

ImageUpdated with 2010 rates! This applies to you if you have a regular job with a salary over about $40,000 per year. We all have to pay CPP and EI, these are deducted at source by your payroll. Both CPP and EI have a maximum annual amount, and that payroll does not spread out the amount throughout the year. The net effect is your take home pay is less at the start of the year, until you reach your maximums.

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Spousal Tax Returns

ImageIf your spouse doesn't file his/her tax return(s), it could cause you problems both now and in the long term. You have to ask your spouse why they are not filing their taxes, and if you don't get a good answer you need to take steps.

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