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The amount of CPP to be deducted from an employee with earnings this week of $800.00 and c

The amount of CPP to be deducted from an employee with earnings this week of $800.00 and c

The amount of CPP to be deducted from an employee with earnings this week of $800.00 and cumulative earnings for the year of $21,000 would be

A) $0.00.

B) $36.22.

C) $39.60.

D) $234.46.

 

12) The amount of CPP to be deducted from an employee with earnings this week of $800.00 and cumulative earnings for the year before this week of $49,700 would be

A) $10.63.

B) $36.22.

C) $0.00.

D) $106.46.

 

13) The amount of EI to be deducted from an employee with earnings of $800.00 this weekly period would be

A) $13.86.

B) $18.25.

C) $22.63.

D) $24.73.

 

14) The amount of EI to be deducted from an employee with weekly earnings of $400.00 would be

A) $2.82.

B) $17.42.

C) $6.91.

D) $11.36.

 

15) A TD1 Form

A) calculates the maximum CPP an employee has to pay.

B) is sent to each employee annually.

C) specifies the claim code for each employee.

D) is used to complete your income tax return.

 

16) Minimum Wage laws

A) are always set by the federal government.

B) govern the lowest wage legally payable in a province.

C) only state the minimum wage that an employer is required to pay minors.

D) state the legal age required to consent to work.

 

17) A pay period is defined as

A) weekly.

B) bi-weekly.

C) monthly.

D) All of the above are correct.

 

18) Gross Earnings are the same as

A) regular earnings only.

B) regular earnings + overtime earnings.

C) net earnings.

D) net earnings + overtime earnings.

 

19) If Sheila worked 39 hours, how many hours of overtime will Sheila earn?

A) 0

B) 1

C) 9

D) 5

 

20) Net pay equals

A) gross pay less all deductions.

B) regular earnings + overtime earnings.

C) regular earnings.

D) net earnings + overtime earnings greater than the amount withheld from the employee

Tripti 06-Dec-2019

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