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Case 8 - Irregular Payments (15 Marks)
Charlie, a salesman, earns $68,500 per annum. He is paid semi-monthly and
qualifies under Claim Code 3.
On May 1st he received a commission payment of $3,250 and on October 1*,
he received another in the amount of $7,500.
These payments were made on a separate cheque and issued after his regular
semi-monthly earnings.
Create an earnings record for Charlie supporting his payroll deductions, (refer to
Lesson 5 for templates). In addition, specifically detail calculations for CPP, EI
& Taxes that must be deducted for each of the commission payments.
NOTE: required calculations using the 'bonus method' for income tax can
be referenced in the Employer Guide to Payroll Deductions & Remittances
Answers: (input deductions on the commission payments only)
May 1*
Oct 31 s
EI =
Total Taxes =

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