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12 Can I change my Pension Payment dates?
 
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http://cornerstonewealth.com.au http://christiansuper.com.au Gavin Martin, Financial Adviser and the Managing Director of Cornerstone Wealth talks about receiving the age pension and the flexibility of changing/directing your pension payments. Regular payments can be received: • Fortnightly in arrears • Payday determined at commencement • change payday to suit you • Direct deposit to financial institution • Centrepay • direct deduction to registered organisations Disclaimer This presentation has been prepared without taking into account the personal objectives, financial situation or needs of any person. You should consider the appropriateness of the information presented having regard to your own objectives, financial situation and needs and obtain professional financial advice prior to making any decision. Before making any decision about whether to acquire any financial product, you should obtain and consider the information contained in the relevant Product Disclosure Statement. © Cornerstone Wealth 2014. All rights reserved. No part of this presentation may be reproduced in any form without the prior permission of the copyright.
Views: 322 Gavin Martin
Direct deposit’s benefits for seniors receiving payments from the Government of Canada
 
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This Receiver General for Canada video provides an overview of the benefits of enrolling older persons in direct deposit for their Government of Canada payments. The transcript, alternate formats and accessible version of this video are available on the Public Works and Government Services Canada website: http://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/recgen/txt/depot-deposit-eng.html
Tax Tips for Families
 
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From the child tax benefit and GST/HST tax credit to the Canada pension plan and employment insurance, enroll for fast, reliable and secure direct deposits before April 2016.
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Get your money faster with Government of Canada Direct Deposit
 
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Direct deposit offers you a convenient, reliable and secure way of getting your payments. The transcript, alternate formats and accessible version of this video are available on the Public Works and Government Services Canada website: http://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/recgen/txt/depot-deposit-eng.html
When should I collect my CPP?
 
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Retiring? It’s understandable that you’ll have questions about your Canada Pension Plan (CPP) or Quebec Pension Plan (QPP) payout.
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Canadian Pension Plan
 
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NCNG Retirement Services,  SF 1199A (Direct Deposit Form)
 
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SF 1199A (Direct Deposit Form) This form tells DFAS what bank account you want your money to go to in the form of Direct Deposit. http://www.nc.ngb.army.mil/Services/Pages/Retirees.aspx M-Day/Traditional Retirement Services The North Carolina National Guard Retirement Section provides information on benefits and entitlements in order to prepare Soldiers and their families for retirement. This section also ensures the understanding of the Reserve Component Survivor Benefit Plan (RC-SBP) Program. Once you receive your 20 year letter you have 4 options that will impact your retirement pay and benefits. These options are; retired reserve, discharge, remain in the guard, and the stand by reserve. Planning for Retirement Before 20 Years of Service If you are planning on retirement from the National Guard there is some information you should know before you reach 20 years of service. In order to earn the maximum retired pay at age 60 you should start planning for retirement early to earn the maximum retirement point each year. Click for more information: Army, Air Guard 20 Years of Service Information Once you have completed 20 years of service you should learn about your retirement benefits. Some of these benefits must be claimed within 90 days of receiving your 20 year letter. Gray Area Retirees Gray area Retirees are soldiers who have completed 20 years of service but have not reached the age for retired pay. While in this period there is some information on benefits you should know. Click for more information. Army, Air Guard Applying For Retirement Pay Soldiers who have completed 20 years of service and reached the age to receive retired pay must submit a packet. Retirement pay is not automatic and must be applied for. Some soldiers are eligible to receive pay earlier than age 60. Click for more information: Army, Air Guard TRICARE at age 60 and ID Cards Once you reach age 60 and apply for retired pay you will await a response from HRC Ft Knox for your approval letter. This letter is what you will take with you, and your spouse if applicable, to any ID Card facility to receive your retired ID card(s). Once there, you will also verify that your DEERS enrollment is correct. This is important because you are now eligible and enrolled into Tricare Standard with the option to upgrade to Tricare Prime based off your home of record. There are no monthly premiums with Tricare standard. You as the retiree will be responsible for any co-pays. At age 65 you become eligible for Medicare Part B, and your Tricare transitions to Tricare for Life. The Retirement Office recommends enrolling in Medicare Part B because as soon as you are eligible for Medicare Part B, Tricare becomes secondary. The advantage of enrolling in Medicare Part B is that Medicare will file to Tricare for you when it has completed its payments. If you have any other insurance, you as the customer will be responsible for filing to Tricare for the remainder of any charges accrued.
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Canadian Government Benefits
 
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An overview of Canadian and Albertan government benefits that may be available to you.
Deposits & Withdrawals to your Tax Free Savings Account (TFSA's)
 
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Not sure how deposits and withdrawals to a TFSA effect your contribution room? You're not alone...Most Canadians don't. Here is a quick clip sharing some of the important aspects you need to familiarize yourself with during your TFSA journey!!!
Retirement (pension) Plan Mutual Funds.....Full Animated Video.
 
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The Tax Free Savings Account TFSA explained in 3 minutes
 
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The Tax-Free Savings Account, or TFSA, is the best wealth-building tool available to Canadians -- but most of them are not using it correctly! Supercharge your TFSA by investing with Questrade moneyaftergraduation.com/questrade For more, check out http://www.moneyaftergraduation.com or follow me on twitter at @moneyaftergrad
Views: 28327 Bridget Casey
Tax Credits and Benefits for Seniors
 
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If you are 65 years old or older and receive the federal Old Age Security pension and the Guaranteed Income Supplement payments, you could get up to a maximum of $83 per month to ensure your income stays above a certain amount. Ontario guaranteed annual income system (GAINS) ensures a guaranteed minimum income for Ontario seniors by providing monthly payments to individuals who qualify. The monthly GAINS payments are on top of the federal Old Age Security (OAS) pension and the Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS) payments you may receive. In addition, low to moderate income households, including those requiring support services, can apply for a rent-geared-to-income subsidy to help make housing affordable. To learn more please visit our website www.rumanek.com
TFSA Contribution Limit Rules for 2016
 
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The rules for the TFSA contribution limits changed twice in 2015. Once to increase contributions to $10,000 per year (without indexing), and again to revert to the original rules as promised by the Liberal Party of Canada during the election. Since the Liberals won, they are now moving forward with the reversion.
Views: 22479 Money School
Canadian seniors and medical assistance in dying
 
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Tracy Johnson, CIHI’s director of Health System Analysis and Emerging Issues, talks about what Canadian seniors said in The Commonwealth Fund’s 2017 survey when asked about medical assistance in dying. For more see: https://www.cihi.ca/en/commonwealth-fund-survey-2017 SUBSCRIBE to learn more about how better data leads to better decisions and ultimately healthier Canadians. http://www.youtube.com/CIHICanada Let’s CONNECT! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CIHI.ICIS/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CIHI_ICIS LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/canadian-institute-for-health-information Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/cihi_icis/
Views: 635 CIHICanada
Strategies for term deposits in a rising rate environment
 
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Are there strategies for term deposits in a rising rate environment? It's hard to know when to lock in or for how long. Investment Specialist, Kelly Gares, reveals insider information on how systematic term deposit laddering can benefit you. Term deposits play an important role in many people's investment portfolios. This is especially true for those with a lower risk tolerance or those need to use the funds in a shorter time frame. BlueShore Financial allows members to choose from the flexibility of full access to your funds or to lock in for a higher rate of return. You can also opt for traditional term deposits with guaranteed interest and principal, or diversity your portfolio with index-linked term deposits to take advantage of potential market gains while protecting your original investment. Have questions about Term Deposits? Visit us online: https://www.blueshorefinancial.com/ToolsAdvice/FAQs/TermDeposit/
Views: 1484 BlueShore Financial
OAS Benefits - The Government Giveth and they Taketh Away!
 
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**The recent Federal Budget (March 2016) has proposed changes to OAS benefits. However, this video is still a good overview of OAS benefits** The Old Age Security (OAS) program is the single, largest program of the Government of Canada. It was put in place at a time when Canadians were not living the longer, healthier lives that they are now. Consequently, the cost of the program will grow from $38 billion in 2011 to $108 billion in 2030. The same period will see the number of working age Canadians per senior fall from 4 today to 2 in 2030. This compares to a ratio of 5 working Canadians per senior in 1990. As a result, the OAS program will be going though some changes over the next several years. If you want to know more about the changes and the current structure of the program you can view the details in the white paper that I have prepared on OAS. Visit http://www.shaunhumphries.com/ for more information
Change your address
 
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A tax tip: If you have a change of address, let us know as soon as possible. For more information, go to http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/tx/ndvdls/tpcs/ncm-tx/chngddrss-eng.html
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CRA Form T1213 - Request to Reduce Tax Deductions at Source.wmv
 
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The T1213 form equalizes the playing field between personally held RRSP's and group sponsored RRSP's. Just like making contributions through a work sponsored plan, The form allows you to realize your tax savings immediately for regular contributions made into your personally held RRSP just like you do through your work plan.
12 What are the frequency of Pension Payments?
 
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http://cornerstonewealth.com.au http://christiansuper.com.au Gavin Martin, Financial Adviser and the Managing Director of Cornerstone Wealth discusses the Centrelink Age pension. Regular payments • Fortnightly in arrears • Payday determined at commencement • change payday to suit you • Direct deposit to financial institution • Centrepay • direct deduction to registered organisations Disclaimer This presentation has been prepared without taking into account the personal objectives, financial situation or needs of any person. You should consider the appropriateness of the information presented having regard to your own objectives, financial situation and needs and obtain professional financial advice prior to making any decision. Before making any decision about whether to acquire any financial product, you should obtain and consider the information contained in the relevant Product Disclosure Statement. © Cornerstone Wealth 2015. All rights reserved. No part of this presentation may be reproduced in any form without the prior permission of the copyright
Views: 63 Gavin Martin
CRA My Account
 
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Have you signed up for a CRA My Account yet? This service, from the Canada Revenue Agency, allows you to do cool things like track your refund, set up direct deposit and online mail, and most importantly - use Auto-Fill My Return!
Views: 1636 H&R Block Canada
RBC Investor Services: Q2 Canadian pension performance
 
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Scott MacDonald, RBC Investor Services comments on Q2 Canadian pension performance. http://cnw.ca/wnWz9 Distributed by OneLoad.com
Views: 90 Cision Canada
Transformation of Pay Administration (TPA) Initiative
 
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A video for federal employees about the their new pay system http://gcintranet.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/remuneration-compensation/tpai-itap/index-eng.html
Investing in your early years with Preet Banerjee and Rob Carrick
 
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Preet Banerjee, author of WhereDoesAllMyMoneyGo.com blog, with Rob Carrick from the Globe and Mail discuss investing in your early years. What are some benefits of RRSPs and TFSAs? Should you save for a house or save for retirement? What is a good risk profile for a younger person? What options do I have for getting advice with investing? http://www.getsmarteraboutmoney.ca/managing-your-money/planning/investing-basics/Pages/asset-mix-for-your-early-career-years.aspx
Views: 4935 GetSmarterAboutMoney
How to register for My Account
 
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Learn about the different services available in My Account, and how to register.
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How to withdraw from your Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA)
 
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This is an instructional video showing how to withdraw from your tax-free savings account. Slide#1 How to withdraw from your Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) Slide#2 To withdraw all or part of a TFSA, sign into RBC® Online Banking Open the account from which you wish to withdraw funds. Note: Guaranteed Investment Certificate redemption within a TFSA is not permitted Slide#3 Select “Withdraw Investments”. Slide#4 Then select… • The account you’re withdrawing funds from • The amount of the withdrawal • The account the withdrawal will be credited to. (Funds must be credited to a Canadian- dollar personal account with sole or joint ownership) Select “Continue”. Slide#5 Enter an email address or phone number. Select “Continue”. Slide#6 Verify the transaction details. Select “Submit”. Slide#7 The “Transaction Submitted” page will show your confirmation number for your records. That’s all there is to it. Bye for now.
Views: 16301 RBC
About PWGSC
 
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Public Works and Government Services Canada's (PWGSC) mandate is to be a common service agency for the Government of Canada's various departments, agencies and boards. With a strong focus on quality services and sound financial stewardship, we ensure optimum value by enabling other government departments and agencies to provide their programs and services to Canadians. The transcript, alternate formats and accessible version of this video are available on the Public Works and Government Services Canada website: http://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/apropos-about/prps-bt-eng.html
TFSA Invest Today not Tomorrow
 
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Levi explains why investing earlier in the year to your TFSA will gain you bigger returns in the long run because you will have are in the market longer. TFSA is a Tax Free Savings Account. It is a registered account available in Canada which allows all capital gains to be earned tax free. Every Canadian over the age of 18 with a SIN number can open a TFSA. But there is a limit to how much you can contribute on an annual basis. If you have never had one you can open your TFSA now and contribute the maximum limit for every year since their inception in Jan 1, 2009. The current maximum is $52,000. The real benefit of this account is that the gains on the investments in the account are earned tax free. For this reason I like to buy stock or mutual funds that pay out monthly or quarterly cash dividends. To learn more about TFSA accounts check out this wiki page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tax-Free_Savings_Account Levi's is not a finacial planner and is not offering investment advice. This is an opinion channel only and you are encouraged to seek professional finacial planning advice.
Views: 5412 Drawbridge Finance
Canada's Overtaxed Seniors
 
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Stuck in the income tax battle between German and Canadian Revenue Agencies.
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National Seniors Strategy
 
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The Conservative approach to public policy is a series of unrelated, gimmicky, vote-buying schemes. Canada’s seniors deserve better. We will work through the Council of Canadian Governments to develop a National Seniors Strategy with the following elements: • A Housing plan, with affordable, predictable home care support; • A Guaranteed Livable Income to ensure no Canadian lives in poverty; • Pharmacare – strongly benefits seniors; • A National Dementia Strategy, including more long-term care beds in neighbourhood facilities; • An approach that supports “aging in place”; • Pension protection, expansion of CPP; • Promotion of intergenerational programs that allow our kids – from toddlers to high school students – to visit seniors and develop relationships that have proven benefits to both generations; • Convenient and safe public transport to support independent living; • Access to the equity in homes to support day-to-day living expenses; • Addressing the Supreme Court of Canada decision to allow physician-assisted death. The most extreme challenges of aging are experienced by seniors living in poverty, a disproportionate proportion of whom are women. While the percentage of seniors living in poverty dropped dramatically from a high of approximately 30 percent in 1976, to a low of 4.7 percent in 2007, the poverty rates for seniors have begun to move up once again – 5.8 percent in 2008. We cannot be complacent about the economic struggles of seniors. The Green Party supports expansion of CPP as the most reliable and predictable pension plan. http://chrisgeorge.greenparty.ca/ chrisgeorge@greenparty.ca https://www.greenparty.ca/en/policy/vision-green/people/seniors
Views: 34 Chris George
Can I Cash In My Pension Services? Better Than An Aging Company Credit Card !
 
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http://www.cashinmypension.com/ Call: 0800 122 33 24 Can I cash In My Pension? Essential Features of UK Plan Economic stability is a great mental relaxation at all points of life. Especially as you become old you want to ensure a secured living and care. A Pension granted when a person retires from service which is paid during fixed intervals of time. The services provided in this program are essential for the aging public to ensure assistance when needed. At this juncture the answer to the question Can I cash In My Pension becomes essential. Government organizations, private employer, insurance companies and other organizations set up pension program for an employee at a fixed sum deposited at bank that will be sanctioned upon retirement. The basic plan called Old Age Pension Scheme was started in the United Kingdom to ensure health and benefits of the employees. This can be made available only after a particular age as settlement of funds. Anyone who wishes to join the plan can get details from the internet. The annuities given to you can be deposited to get credit and tax benefit. You can recieve this amount as advances before the maturity period, if your company has that provision in its policy card. Based on the income the company will provide the advance in cash. There are counseling programs for employees, which offer information on the transaction and the services. Minimum pay and the total are calculated and a fees is collected for these options. Getting an advance may help you take care of your aging parents, support them as caregivers. It can be used for investments in building home which can be procured as loan and payment option stream. As a parent you may want to secure your children's future and their education. An agreement affect is made between the borrower and the company on the credit and services. This is printed and given in the form of a borrow card. Using this wisely you will be able to get the benefits. Elderly people get a direct deposit because of this structured arrangement. There are advisors who sell details on this and collect a charge for selling their ideas. These advisors take up the role of "caregiver" in the whole process. Automatic enrolment is made possible from October 2012. There is also the question if you can sell this for exemptions from paying tax. Actually you cannot do this. In the same manner you cannot surrender the investment to the insurance organization for return of money. Yet during a critical moment of need you can approach the institutions for help. Although money procured earlier may be of help to you, it is advisable to calculate what will be the amount that you can get when you retire when compared to what you can get by cashing it before that. Professional advice can be sought before you venture into any of these procedures. This process will help you certain circumstances but if it can be left as it is for your future it will definitely do you more good than ever. http://www.cashinmypension.com/ Call: 0800 122 33 24
Views: 676 James Morrey
Health and Wellness for Seniors: Comfort Keepers Canada
 
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Comfort Keepers® offers quality, loving, in-home elder care and senior care services for families all over Canada. Our custom care plans provide just the right mix of services that preserve your loved ones’ independence, maintain their in-home safety, and enhance the quality of their lives.
MLA Dr. Neil Brown speaks about Seniors' Benefit Programs
 
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Dr. Neil Brown, MLA for Calgary-Nose Hill speaks about the Alberta government's commitment to seniors and seniors' benefit programs in the Alberta Legislature on March 14, 2012.
Views: 106 MLA Karen McPherson
Source Deductions Due January 15th
 
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http://www.painlessfinancialtraininggroup.ca/ As you no doubt know the last payment for source deductions taken in 2016 is due on January 15, 2017. Seems simple but there are a couple of things that you should do before you send in that last payment. Do you have any employees that have taxable benefits? These are items like standby charges on company owned vehicles and insurance paid for by the employer. The inclusion of these benefits on a T4 for an employee could mean that they owe Canada Pension Plan (CPP) and you as an employer have to match that payment. If you pay source deductions after January 15, 2017 for the 2016 year you will pay interest and possibly a penalty. So, do your 2016 T4’s with all the taxable benefits before January 15th and be sure that you do not owe any more money.
Views: 26 Debi Peverill
Canadian Benefit Union Video 2014
 
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The Canadian government offers services and benefits for people with disabilities as well as their families. Canadian Benefit Union can help you find the benefits that may be right for you. For more information on tax benefits visit our website www.canadianbenefitunion.ca or call us toll free at 1-800-766-2858 to book a FREE consultation!
Making care packages for seniors
 
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Scouts Canada explains how to help seniors in the community. It's Good Turn Week so don't forget to do your part!
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Who Is Low Income In Canada?
 
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Where should an NRI park his savings to create an SIP in equity funds?
 
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Live answers to your investment queries.
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REALIST NEWS - Interesting Conversation with an Employee at my Bank
 
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BC appoints Canada's first Seniors Advocate
 
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After being appointed the Seniors Advocate for BC, Isobel Mackenzie comments on her experience and course for the future. For more information, please visit: http://www.newsroom.gov.bc.ca/2014/03/bc-appoints-canadas-first-seniors-advocate.html
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What is PAYCHECK? What does PAYCHECK mean? PAYCHECK meaning, definition & explanation
 
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What is PAYCHECK? What does PAYCHECK mean? PAYCHECK meaning - v pronunciation - PAYCHECK definition - PAYCHECK explanation - How to pronounce PAYCHECK? Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. A pay cheque, also spelt pay check, is traditionally a paper document (a cheque) issued by an employer to pay an employee for services rendered. In recent times, the physical paycheck has been increasingly replaced by electronic direct deposits to the employee's designated bank account or loaded onto a payroll card. Employees may still receive a pay slip to detail the calculations of the final payment amount. A payslip, pay stub, paystub, pay advice, or sometimes paycheck stub, is a document an employee receives either as a notice that the direct deposit transaction has gone through, or is attached to the paycheck. Each country has laws as to what must be included on a pay slip, but which would typically include details of the gross wages for the pay period and the taxes and any other deductions the employer is required to make by law; as well as other personal deductions such as retirement plan or pension contributions, insurances, garnishments, or charitable contributions taken out of the gross amount to arrive at the final net amount of the pay, also including the year to date totals in some circumstances. In most countries with a developed wire transfer system, payment of wages and salaries is increasingly being effected by electronic means, rather than by the use of a physical cheque. This saves the company money on printing and processing cheques and reduce the problem of fraud. However, vocabulary referring to the figurative "pay cheque" persists in some languages, but this commonly refers to a payslip or stub rather than an actual cheque. Some company payrolls have eliminated both the paper cheque and stub, in which case an electronic image of the stub is available on a website. Most of the provinces and territories in Canada allow employers to issue electronic payslips if the employees have confidential access to it and are able to print it. For employees that do not have access to a personal bank account, most major payroll service providers can arrange for the net pay of an employee to be loaded onto a payroll card, which is a plastic card similar to a debit card. A payroll card functions like a debit card and allows an employee to access their pay. A payroll card can be more convenient than cashing a pay cheque, because the card can be used at participating automatic teller machines to withdraw cash or in stores to make purchases. Some payroll cards are cheaper than payday loans available from cheque cashing stores, but others are not. Most payroll cards will charge a fee if used at an ATM more than once per pay period. The payroll card account may be held as a single bank account in the employer's name. In that case, the bank account holds the payroll funds for all employees of that company using the payroll card system, and an intermediary limits each employee's draw to an amount specified by the company for a specified pay period. Some payroll card programs establish a separate account for each employee. Most payroll card accounts in the United States are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Payroll warrants look like cheques and clear through the banking system like checks and are therefore often called paychecks by their recipients. But they are not checks because they are not drawn against a checking account. Instead they are drawn against "available funds" that are not in a bank account so the issuer can delay redemption. In the U.S., warrants are issued by government entities such as the military and state and county governments for payroll to individuals and for accounts payable to vendors. Deposited warrants are routed to a collecting bank which processes them as collection items like maturing treasury bills and presents the warrants to the government entity's treasury department for payment each business day. In the UK, warrants are issued as payment by National Savings and Investments when a premium bond is chosen.
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WARNING! Greece May Implement BAIL-IN to Prevent Bank Collapse!
 
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Mutual Fund options for US / Canada NRIs
 
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With an increasing number of Indians going abroad for earning money, there is a huge inflow of fund come back to India through various investment channels. Mutual funds investment is one such popular route. So, when it comes to investing in mutual funds by non-resident Indians there is a necessity to check whether the investors adhere to the prevailing regulatory compliance of both the countries, so as to avoid any future complications. Once such grey area, is MF investment by Non-resident Indians based out of US/Canada. In this video let me explain the in brief where they can park their investments.
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How long should I save for my retirement?
 
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RRSP investments:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_Oti6CobDg Thefirst option I would like to explore is the bank. I'm not referring towards local one on the corner but also for the best rates look into on line banks. They often times have very cheap fees or no fees at all because when you are around paying for the building and also the teller. The accounts are super easy to open, many have ATM cards of this particular accounts, and are strict safety measures. Make sure the on line or virtual bank you choose is FDIC insured. These would be the leading Internet banks, look them over and see whether their services are right for you First Internet Bank at firstib.com, ING Direct at ingdirect.com, Lighthousebank at lighthousebank.com. Remember to try and do your research, don't make in hasty decisions but do get moving the sooner the better. It is vital RRSP investing to understand the returns on cash investments aren't very vast. And, with the recent Fed rate cuts, they are getting smaller. Indeed, right now, it is rare to pinpoint a cash investment that will allow you to beat inflation. Which means that you ought to very careful about the amount you click with cash investment funds. They are great for building an emergency stash, in addition to adding some stability your investment portfolio, but I wouldn't stake your retirement on cash investments. I personally like higher RRSP investments yield savings accounts. These cash investments that present higher rate of return than a standard savings internet page. Normally you have to register online for an username and password in order to maximize these forms of accounts. And you do will often have a waiting period before funds you deposit become available, but that usually isn't a problem. Before completes investing, it's essential for in order to assess individual personal financial situation to know where exactly you cart. If you are young, spot . for which take with a risk in investing but not important you invest all your income in money. If you are aging, you will have to divert your attention towards retirement account funding in order to make sure that you are getting on on your path. Today, the investors under age 35 years are more knowledgeable about investment options than their parents used pertaining to being when of the same age. You'll get to precisely how many years do you need to make the investments and redeem them. SeeKellogg to learn more RRSP investments..Kimberly Clark (KMB)Kimberly Clark Kleenex tissue, Huggies diapers, Cottonelle toilet paper, Scott's paper products, Kotex feminine products, Depend and one wide associated with medical health supplements. Another thing you'll need to decide when investing is how to invest. Various online brokers where that can be done everything yourself, and whenever your don't pay a great deal of money per position. If you'd prefer to get advice however, you will get brokerage account where you deal a great advisor, considerably higher you'll wind up paying cash per trade. There are tradeoffs with each one, but for you to do what is best for you. George Muzea knows whom. The Insiders know the game. A select group of investors +known generally being the +smart money+ + they do know it. And a few of them turn to George Muzea for produce a full.
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How Does Social Security Work?
 
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Everyone who plans on taking Social Security should watch this video. It explains how Social Security works and different filing strategies you can use to maximize how much money you get. Visit www.harbourmasterdfs.com for more helpful information. Learn more at www.harbourmasterdfs.com
HR Paperwork Guide
 
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Retirement (pension) Plan Mutual Funds.....Full Animated Video.
 
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Best of Class at Franchisee Profitability - 7-Eleven
 
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This video highlights 7-Eleven - my Best of Class Brand at Franchisee Profitability as featured in my book Five Pennies: Ten Rules to Successfully Build a Franchise Mega-Brand and Maximize System Profits. What started out as an ice house in Dallas, Texas, back in 1927 has grown and evolved into the world's largest operator, franchisor and licensor of convenience stores. The company operates, franchises, and licenses approximately 7,600 stores in the U.S. and Canada. Of the more than 6,500 stores the company operates and franchises in the United States, more than 4,900 are franchised. Outside of the U.S. and Canada, there are about 34,900 7-Eleven® and other convenience stores in Japan, Taiwan, Thailand, South Korea, China, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, Australia, Philippines, Indonesia, Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
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