Tools & Resources
Semi-Monthly Pay Calculators
Semi-Monthly Net Pay Calculator (with Cash Advance) *New
Interested in seeing how your net pay will look on the semi-monthly pay cycle? Try the semi-monthly net pay calculator.
Semi-Monthly Net Pay Calculator (Requires Microsoft Excel)
Semi-Monthly Net Pay Calculator - For Graduate Students *New
Semi-Monthly Net Pay Calculator - For Postdoctoral Fellows *New
Payroll Deductions Online Calculator (PDOC) - by CRA
Want to know what your semi-monthly net pay will look like compared to your monthly pay, Canada Revenue Agency provides an online payroll deduction/tax calculator that you can use. Enter your salary and deductions on the calculator, choose the semi-monthly period and it will show you the new net pay. Please visit the Canada Revenue Agency website for more information.
Cash Advance Calculator
Not sure how much of a cash advance to choose, try this calculator. Just enter your July 1, 2012 monthly salary, choose the amount of advance and number of pay periods to repay it and see what the impact to your gross pay and repayable schedule will be.
Advance Calculator (Requires Microsoft Excel)
Payroll Deadlines / Pay Period Calendars
2012 Payroll Deadlines & Pay Dates
2013 Payroll Deadlines & Pay Dates
Looking for assistance with Financial Planning?
Staff members eligible for the University Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP) can access two hours of financial counseling services per year. For more information, please contact Human Solutions at www.humansolutions.ca.
Did you know? Switching your mortgage from a monthly payment schedule to an accelerated biweekly payment schedule can save you thousands of dollars in interest payments over the life of your mortgage.
The following resources are available from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation to assist people with financial planning, budgeting and mortgage calculations.
Household Budget Calculator
Mortgage Payment Calculator
The following major banks have online calculators available to assist you with mortgage payment calculations.
Royal Bank of Canada
TD Canada Trust