APP302 - Payroll Fundamentals II

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Subject Title
Payroll Fundamentals II

Subject Description
Students who complete this course will be able to calculate and report the government and third party remittances, year end requirements,discuss payroll technology solutions and account for payroll at the compliance level for the organization.  Students will be able to effectively communicate these organizational processes and requirements to internal and external stakeholders.

Credit Status
One credit with the Canadian Payroll Association towards the Payroll Compliance Practitioner Certificate (PCP)

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

Calculate organizational remittances to federal, provincial and third party stakeholders
Prepare accounting documentation for payroll
Complete federal year-end documentation
Complete year-end documentation for the province of Quebec
Discuss the role of technology in facilitating organziational compliance with both internal and external stakeholders.
Communicate all aspects of organizational remittance, accounting and year-end requirements to various stakeholders

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