Bookkeeping 103: Payroll/GST

Bookkeeping 103: Payroll/GST

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In the third workshop of our Bookkeeping 101 workshop series, learn how to process payroll and understand CRA processes.

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Are you a business owner and bookkeeping/accounting is not your forte’?

Confused about where to start, what you need to do, and when?

You are not alone. Join us for a 3-part series that will get you moving in the right direction. Bring your questions, and learn more about…

Join us for one, two or all three of the workshops, whatever fits your schedule!

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Bookkeeping 103: Payroll/GST

• Setting up and processing payroll, T4’s, ROE’s

• What documents do I need?

• Source deductions and remittances to CRA

• Collecting and remitting GST to CRA

• Do I have to hire someone to do this, or can I do it myself?

Meet Your Presenter: Pamela Devins

Pamela has many years of accounting and administrative experience in many different industries.

Pamela graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelors Degree in Psychology/Sociology. Pamela is certified in Payroll, Health and Safety and Bookkeeping. She is currently completing her Business Administrative Degree with focus in accounting.

Pamela enjoy systems – figuring out what works best and creating work processes around that! She also enjoy animals, travel, and her family.

IMPORTANT: Please note these are live events that will be delivered during the dates and times indicated.

Guidelines for Creating a Safe Space:

  • We welcome and respect everyone.
  • We respect others’ physical and emotional boundaries.
  • We acknowledge that our actions and words may have unintended effects on other people and that their feelings are valid, regardless of your intentions.
  • We appreciate diversity and value everyone’s voice.
  • We respect people’s opinions, beliefs, differing states of being and differing points of view.
  • We respect others’ identities and backgrounds, including pronouns and names.
  • We treat and care for everyone equally.
  • Whenever we are in doubt, we will start by being kind.
  • We value confidentiality.
  • We encourage everyone to care of their own safety. If you need to step out, feel free to do so. If you feel unsafe, let the facilitator know.

WESTEM programming is mandated to support rural/remote Southern Alberta women; does not include Calgary.

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