|This Quick Reference provides a
useful overview and new insight for employers and employees who have to deal
with the somewhat unfamiliar terrain of public pensions and employment
insurance, especially where those programs directly intersect with employment
It also includes consolidations of the Canada Pension Plan,
an Act Respecting the Quebec Pension Plan, the Old Age Security Act, and the
Employment Insurance Act.
The Canada and Quebec Pension Plan and
Employment Insurance Acts: Quick Reference details the history and
development of the Canada Pension Plan, how it is administered, and specific
information about the types of benefits available as well as the manner and
timing of benefit payments. The authors have tried to reflect a more developed
view about the state of public pension plans in light of rapid changes to the
economy and investment strategies.
|This edition also includes several new and
revised chapters designed to assist employers, unions, employees and the
self-employed in understanding the Employment Insurance Act: Employment
Insurance benefits, EI adjudicative process, Record of Employment (ROE),
structuring settlements and damages, federal work-sharing program, private
pensions and the future of Employment Insurance.
New in the 2012
- Updates to the CPP section relating implemented
through the Economic Recovery Act.
- Commentary regarding the Government employment
insurance rate-setting consultations.
- An overview of a major change to the CPP
Post-Retirement Benefit that takes effect in 2012.
- Updates regarding proposed changes to PIPEDA that
would affect federally regulated employers' record-keeping.
- Commentary regarding recent CRA changes to the tax
treatment of lump sum amounts received in lieu of health and dental benefits.
If you are a pension, benefits or retirement plan
administrator or consultant, human resources or payroll professional, or an
accountant, the Canada and Quebec Pension and Employment Insurance Acts:
Quick Reference will provide the most important information you will need
to provide informed and confident advice to clients and employees within your
organization as they plan for retirement.
- History of the Canada Pension Plan
- History of the CPP Disability Program
- Review of the Current Legislation
- Appeals and Offences
- Records and Privacy Issues
- Responsible Investment
- Related Legislation the Old Age Security Act
- The Future of Canada's Pension Plan Programs
- Canada's Private Pension Plans
- Introduction to Employment Insurance Benefits
- EI Adjudicative Process
- Record of Employment
- Employment Insurance for the Self-Employed
- Settlement Payments and Damages
- The Federal Work-Sharing Program
- What Lies Ahead for Employment Insurance
- Appendix: Canada Pension Plan
- An Act Respecting the Quebec Pension Plan
- Old Age Security Act
- Employment Insurance Act
- List of Abbreviations
- Glossary of Terms
Note: first edition released
in 2005 was titled Canada Pension Plan Act and Quebec Pension Plan Act:
This is an annual publication. The 2012 edition
was released January 2012.
||Jamie Knight, LL.B., Carla Nassar, LL.B.,
and Paula Pettit, J.D.,of Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP.
|Year of release
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