2022 Payroll Deductions for Yukon | CFIB
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Employment Insurance (EI)
Maximum insurable earnings: $60,300
Maximum employee premium: $952.74
Maximum employer premium: $1,333.84
Employee rate: 1.58%
Employer rate: 1.58% x 1.4 = 2.21%
Some employees related to the employer may be exempt from paying EI premiums. Read our article to learn more.
Canada Pension Plan (CPP)
Maximum pensionable earnings: $64,900
Basic exemption: $3,500
Maximum employee premium: $3,499.80
Maximum employer premium: $3,499.80
Self-employed maximum premium: $6,999.60
Employer and employee contribution rate: 5.7%
Self-employed contribution rate: 11.4%
CPP is deducted for employees between 18 and 69 years old, even if the employee is receiving a CPP pension. Exception: Don’t deduct CPP if the employee is between 65 and 70 and has completed Form CPT30.
Federal and Territorial income tax
Basic deduction (basic personal amount):
- Federal: $14,398; but when net income is more than $155,625 use TD1-WS 2022 Worksheet to find basic deduction amount
- Territorial: $14,398
For deductions based on different income levels, see:
- Federal: TD1 2022 Personal Tax Credits Return and TD1-WS 2022 Worksheet
- Territorial: TD1YT 2022 Yukon Personal Tax Credits Return and TD1YT-WS 2022 Worksheet
Workers Compensation (WCB)
Maximum assessable earnings: For 2022, it is $94,320 per worker
Premiums are based on classification unit and industry
As of April 1, 2021 Yukon's minimum wage is $15.20/hour.