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    excel payroll calculator for canadians

    Can anyone advise me on how to setup a payroll calculator in excel that would
    automatically deduct income tax, CPP, and EI. I've looked at the MS template
    and it is great. Is it possible to create a template like it, but have it
    calculate the necessary canadian deductions.

    Any help or a template would be great.
    Thanks!

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    Template

    Can you post the link to the template you mentioned, so I can have a look.
    Am I correct in my understanding, you want to be able to, for example, input a monetary amount, and have the neccessary deductions calculated? Is that right?

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    You'll need to have a look at this:

    http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/E/pub/tg/t4127-jan/t4127-e.pdf

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    Re: excel payroll calculator for canadians

    Hi,

    You are correct in that I would like to input the gross earnings and deduct
    EI, CPP and Income Tax. It is a bi-weekly pay schedule. I know that EI is
    1.87%. I do use CRA's TOD, which will calculate these deductions
    automatically. However, I would like to create an excel template.

    The link for the ms template is
    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/te...CT011377091033

    Thanks!

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    Re: excel payroll calculator for canadians

    adq, if you're still on this site or receiving emails on this thread, please contact me. I have created UDF's which calculate tax deductions for provinces and territories outside of quebec

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    Re: excel payroll calculator for canadians

    Quote Originally Posted by scottbeattie View Post
    adq, if you're still on this site or receiving emails on this thread, please contact me. I have created UDF's which calculate tax deductions for provinces and territories outside of quebec
    Hello Scott,
    I dont have a payroll program and wondering where I can get a payroll spreadsheet that has the cpp and ei max built in. I would really like to know if one exists out there, so that if I fill in a bi-weekly amount, and set it at 26 payments, then I would be able to see the annual payroll showing each bi weekly tax, cpp and ei deductions...thanks

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    Re: excel payroll calculator for canadians

    I have programmed an add-in for deductions at source with the limits you have mentioned. It will calculate within 2 cents of the CRA tax tables and has also been tested against the CRA's PDOC.
    However you had spoken of taxes. You were talking about EI and CPP.
    I can just give you a simple formula for that.

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    Re: excel payroll calculator for canadians

    CPP is calculated as follows
    Step 1 Calculate pensionable income (more on this later)
    Sfep 2 Divide thepremium by the pay period (in this case its 26)
    3500/pay period and Round down
    Step 3 Subtract the above amount from the pensionable income
    Step 4 Multiply the above total by 4.95%
    (I'm on my cell so I don't have the annual maximum)

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    Re: excel payroll calculator for canadians

    Any chance I can get you to send a copy? I've created a payroll spreadsheet and have everything working except the tax deductions for Saskatchewan.

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    Re: excel payroll calculator for canadians

    Hi Scott,

    Would you be able to send me a excel payroll calculator template as i dont have much experience with excel would really help?

    Thanks!

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    Re: excel payroll calculator for canadians

    Quote Originally Posted by scottbeattie View Post
    adq, if you're still on this site or receiving emails on this thread, please contact me. I have created UDF's which calculate tax deductions for provinces and territories outside of quebec
    Do you have one that would work for biweekly and calculate CCP/EI/income tax that you would share?

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    Hi,

    Was wondering if anyone has an updates version for Ontario, semi monthly that includes the July 1 revisions that they could send me? I have looked but been unsuccessful.

    Thanks

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    Re: excel payroll calculator for canadians

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    Re: excel payroll calculator for canadians

    Quote Originally Posted by scottbeattie View Post
    CPP is calculated as follows
    Step 1 Calculate pensionable income (more on this later)
    Sfep 2 Divide thepremium by the pay period (in this case its 26)
    3500/pay period and Round down
    Step 3 Subtract the above amount from the pensionable income
    Step 4 Multiply the above total by 4.95%
    (I'm on my cell so I don't have the annual maximum)
    Could I get a copy of your excel Canadian payroll calculator template please?

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    Re: excel payroll calculator for canadians

    Hi Can I please have the spreadsheet as well?

    Thank you

    Amy

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