Here are answers to all your questions during the Tax Slip Processing Checklist Skill-Up. Here’s the video if you’d like to watch the webinar again.
Don’t miss out on the insights shared in the presentation; the slides from the Skill-up are attached at the bottom of this article.
Q: If an employee started working in December but didn’t have dental coverage until Jan 1, should their dental code be code 1 (no dental coverage) on their 2023 T4?
A: That is correct! The code must be the employee’s available coverage as of Dec 31, 2023.
Q: How do you add the 2023 tax year?
Q: How do we access the Tax Slip Change Log?
A: You can access the change log at the bottom-right corner of Modify Employee Tax Slip Data.
Q: Is there a PDF of the tax slip checklist available?
A: Yes! Here’s the Tax Slip Processing Checklist PDF.
Q: How do you know what the submission ID should be?
A: The submission ID is the same as your Transmitter ID. If you don’t have one, enter MM000000.
Q: Where do you set the delay between when tax slips are created and when they can be viewed on ASSP?
A: Go to How to Delay Tax Slip Display on ASSP to learn more about delaying tax slips from appearing on the web portal.
Q: Is a password required on T4s sent via email?
A: We recommend contacting the CRA or NPI for clarification on this legislative question.
Q: How much is the tax slip process session and the 1:1 sessions?
A: The Masterclass webinar is $449 and includes the webinar recording. The 1:1 tax slip session is $1,000 and will be dedicated time with a Care Specialist. Please reach out to your Account Manager if you’re interested in learning more.
Q: Should QPP and eQPP2 also be step 6, or should it be step 5?
A: The Calc. Step on the eQPP code should be the same as your original QPP code. For example:
If the original QPP had the calc step 5, then the new eQPP2 code should also be Calc. Step 5.
If the original QPP had the calc step 6, then the new eQPP2 code should also be Calc. Step 6.
Tax Slip Import Information: