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Service Canada uses the employment history information on the ROE to decide if aperson qualifies for Employment Insurance benefits, what the benefit rate shouldbe and how long a person is eligible for these benefits.For more information, refer to Chapter 3Justin's employment has been terminated and his employer issues a Record ofEmployment. What purpose will the Record of Employment be used for by ServiceCanada?Verify if Justin qualifies for Employment Insurance benefitsDetermine how long Justin will be eligible for benefitsDetermine what benefit rate Justin is entitled toAll of the aboveRATIONALEOnce an employer receives a signed and completed CPT30 form from an eligibleemployee, they should stop deducting CPP contributions as of the first pay in themonth following the month they receive the form.For more information, refer to Chapter 3In order for Canada Pension Plan contributions to be stopped, a form CPT30—Election to Stop Contributing to the Canada Pension Plan must be completed bythe:employerService CanadaCanada Revenue AgencyemployeeRATIONALEThe tax tables are rounded for ease of printing. A range of 2613 to 2647 isactually $2,613.00 to $2,646.99, while the range 2579 to 2613is $2,579.00 to $2,612.99. You should use the higher bracket and the correct claimcode.For more information, refer to Chapter 4An employee's net taxable income is $2,613.00, which falls into two brackets on thetax tables. To determine the amount of tax to be deducted you should use:the higher bracket and one claim code lower
the higher bracket and the actual claim code -cthe lower bracket and one claim code higherthe lower bracket and one claim code lowerRATIONALEEmployment and Social Development Canada determines the yearly maximuminsurable earnings amount on which the employer calculates EmploymentInsurance premiums.For more information, refer to Chapter 3The maximum Employment Insurance premiums are determined on a(n):per pay basismonthly basisquarterly basisannual basis -cThe following payments are not considered employment income and therefore arenot subject to Québec Pension Plan contributions:payments at the end of employment for retiring allowances paid on orafter retirement in recognition of long service or compensation for loss ofoffice or employmentlegislated wages in lieu of noticedeath benefits.For more information, refer to Chapter 8

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