July 29, 2014
Guest blogger Edward Nagel, CPA,CA●IFA, CBV is Principal and founder of nagel + associates, Forensic and Investigative Accountants DID YOU KNOW: Payroll errors occur in 100% of organizations? Welcome to my six-part blog series on payroll errors. Over the next few weeks, I will share a number of real-life case studies and provide recommendations […]
July 22, 2014
A number of industries in Canada (i.e. publishing and broadcasting) have, for many years, relied on the efforts of unpaid interns to obtain basic assistance in their businesses. The rationale for this arrangement has always been that the typically young intern gets an opportunity for some real-world practical experience and training and the employer, in […]
July 14, 2014
Summer is a popular time for employees to use up vacation days, extend their long weekend or head to the cottage. Many small business owners and their payroll processors can only dream of such things because they are stuck in the office, processing payroll. Many payroll administrators are faced with the following challenges during summer.
July 10, 2014
Canadians are saving less and many employees of small and mid-sized organizations are simply not prepared for retirement. In response, the federal government recently passed legislation allowing the provinces to create a new method for employees in the small and mid-sized market to save for retirement.
July 3, 2014
Small business owners and executives are always looking for benefits they can offer to employees that are cost effective, flexible, and tangibly increase employee retention. Today I will outline one option businesses use when implementing a Group Retirement Savings Plan (Group RSP) for staff and management. Over the past twenty years, we have seen a […]