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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill Form 2220 Ea

Instructions and Help about Fill Form 2220 Ea

Music, hey guys! Today, let's discuss the tax obligations for employers in 2018. It's February and March, and I want to bring awareness to the fact that many employers may not be aware of their tax obligations. This is extremely important because the penalties can go up to $20,000. The first employer obligation is to send the EI form to all employees, regardless of whether they are still working with you or have resigned. Within the EA form, employees will inform you how much they have earned, their gross income, bonuses, overtime pay, allowances, deductions, and more. All of this information should be disclosed under Form A. The second employer obligation is to submit the Form E. This form will disclose how many employees have left during the year, how many have resigned, how many have left Malaysia, and whether there have been any clearances. It also includes information about any new employees. The due date for submitting this form is in March 2019 for the year of assessment 2018. Please note that there is a grace period in case you need more time. You can extend the submission deadline for another month if you are experiencing any difficulties. The third employer obligation is to submit the CP 8 d and CP ad forms together. The CP ad form contains important information about employees, such as their name, income tax number, identification number or passport, employee category, tax relief, number of children, and total gross remuneration. This form also requires information about benefits, allowances, claims, contributions, and tax installments. Filling out the CP ad form can be tedious, especially if you have many employees. However, if you use SQL payroll, there is an easier way to complete this process. Simply go to your past payroll and locate the summary for...