A Cheers, to Canada and Canadian Businesses

Building a business from the ground up is no easy feat. We know the hard work, time and dedication that goes into growing a business, so we just want to say thank you. Thank you to all those business owners and their dedicated employees who never gave up, worked hard and built their businesses to…

How To Pay Your Vendor Without Issuing A Cheque

Think of the time you last received a cheque. Sure it’s exciting to receive money, but the process involved with actually obtaining the money- well that’s a whole other story. First, you need to wait to receive the cheque in the mail. Then, once you receive it you need to cash it. Yes, some of…

Paying Your Nanny: What You Need To Know

When hiring a nanny, every situation is unique. The real question is, are you paying your nanny correctly? Here are a few things you need to do and consider when hiring a nanny: Step 1: The Details It’s important to get the details right. How are you going about hiring and paying your nanny? Will…

What is ePay Direct Deposit?

Do you find issuing a cheque to be quite a drag? From stuffing the envelope to purchasing the stamp and then finally making the trip to the mailbox can take a ton of unnecessary time. Oh, if only there was a way to simplify this process! There is! (Like you didn’t see that coming). With PaymentEvolution’s…

Making the Change BEFORE Year-End

Don’t think you need to sign up for a payroll service before the New Year? Actually, it’s the best time to make the switch! Why? T4 season is just around the corner – why not automate the creation of these slips and electronically provide them to your staff? By switching today, you can still create…

Paying Your Employees Overtime

Did you know that there are different standards across Canada regarding an employer’s obligation to distribute overtime pay to employees? More importantly — do you know the overtime pay regulations that are in place within your province? As an employer, you need to be aware of the overtime rules should you have employees who work more than their…

CPP and Employee Retirement – What Every Employer Should Consider

CPP and Employee Retirement – What Every Employer Should Consider | Daniel Wolfson, B.Sc. CHS On June 20, 2016, the federal and provincial finance ministers excluding Manitoba and Quebec reached an agreement for the expansion of the Canada Pension Plan (CPP). While the details are clearly outlined in an article by the Globe and Mail…

Help! I Over Paid My Employee

Well, now what? For all you know that employee has spent that money before you even noticed your minor mishap. So what do you do now? Let it go? But it’s your company’s money! You have options, it’s just a matter of deciding which one works best for both you and the employee. Option 1– Ask the…