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Sample Pay Stub—Salaried Employees
If you opt to have additional federal tax collected, this amount will appear here.

Employee Balances
The Employee Balances section shows the amounts of Employer Paid Benefits (RRSP contribution, taxable benefits, vacation time, etc.) that are deposited into your account. Current: This column reflects the amount for this pay period. YTD: This column shows the total amounts accumulated since the beginning of the year (Year-to-Date).

Earnings
All Earnings paid out to you, including regular pay (salary or hourly); overtime pay, sick pay, and vacation pay. Hours: Refers to hours worked, if applicable. Rate: Refers to hourly wage or total salary amount paid. Current: This column reflects the gross amount paid to you in this pay period. YTD: This column reflects the total amount paid to you since the beginning of the year (Year-to-Date).

Deductions
Any applicable Deductions will appear in this section. Current: This column reflects the amounts of each deduction taken off of your paycheque in this pay period. YTD: This column reflects the amounts of each deduction taken since the beginning of the year. Statutory Deductions: An employer has a legal obligation to withhold statutory deductions, which are: CPP or QPP (Quebec only) contributions, EI and QPIP (Quebec only) premiums, and federal and provincial income tax. Everywhere except in Quebec, provincial tax is collected as part of the federal income tax deduction. Quebec has separate deductions for federal and provincial taxes. Other Deductions: You may also have legal deductions (e.g. garnishments and family support deductions); companycompulsory deductions (e.g. union dues, your portion of benefit plan premiums); and voluntary deductions (e.g. Canada Savings Bonds, charitable donations).

Earnings Summary
Gross Pay: Your total amount of earnings, before deductions. Deductions: Your total amount of statutory and other deductions. Net Pay: Your total amount of earnings...
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