Summer Balancing: Avoiding the Pier

How often do you reconcile your payroll accounts? Do you dread receiving a Pensionable & Insurable Earnings Review (PIER) report every year? Do you want to avoid the penalties associated with a PIER report? To help you avoid the PIER, you can start your summer balancing now?

PIER reports are one of the most dreaded administrative burdens in payroll departments. This webinar will show you how help reduce this burden by beginning the process now.

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  • Why do you receive a PIER?
  • Canada Pension Plan (CPP) and Employment Insurance (EI) regulations review
  • The Canada Revenue Agency’s (CRA) PIER process
  • Common errors to avoid
  • What to do when you receive a PIER
  • Practical tips and examples
  • Penalties and appeals
  • Quebec equivalent reports
 

About the Webinar:

This informative 90 minute webinar will be facilitated by Payroll Compliance Advisors from the Compliance Services and Professional Development Department at the Canadian Payroll Association (CPA). It will include a 60 minute presentation and 30 minute responses to pre-submitted questions as well as engaging polling questions.

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Cancellations: No refunds will be issued once the email containing the login information has been provided.

DURÉE: 90 Min

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