T4 and T4A
Electronic T4s are due by Feb. 28. An announcement will be put in the Top 5 when they are available.
Carleton uses an electronic T4 process. To view your T4 or T4A, visit http://central.carleton.ca/ or click on the Carleton Central icon on the Carleton homepage. Once logged in, select the ‘Employee Services’ tab and ‘Tax Forms’.
As the New Year begins, a new cycle also begins for your statutory pay deductions. Continue reading to learn about some of the changes you should expect to see on your mid-January pay.
Canada Pension Plan (CPP) and Employment Insurance (EI) are income security programs sponsored by the government. All workers and employers must make mandatory contributions to these programs at specified rates up to a yearly maximum amount determined by the government. For 2022, the CPP yearly maximum is $3,499.80 and the EI yearly maximum is $952.74. Last year, you may have reached the yearly maximum for these mandatory benefits so expect to see these contributions begin again on your mid-January pay.
At Carleton, salaries are paid twice monthly; please see the actual pay dates on the HR website under the calendar of events.
Your Electronic Direct Deposit Advice Notice (Pay Stub) is available on Carleton Central the day before the actual pay day. Access is easy. From any computer with an internet connection visit http://central.carleton.ca/ or click on the Carleton Central icon on the Carleton homepage. Once logged in, select the ‘Employee Services’ tab, ‘Pay Information’, and ‘Direct Deposit Advice’.
If you claimed more than the Basic Personal Amount for 2021 you should complete a new TD1 for 2022. For instance, if you claimed credits for a dependent or tuition you should complete a new 2022 TD1 form. TD1 forms can be found on our website.
If you have questions about your pay, please call Payroll Services at extension 3628 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.