Hiring family? Join CFIB for this free webinar.

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Canadian small business owners and their employees pay thousands of dollars in Employment Insurance (EI) premiums each and every year. What they may not realize, however, is that hired family members may not be eligible to collect EI benefits. There are some companies in Canada that can help you and your employed family member get reimbursed and stop making future payments, for a fee. CFIB can help you for free via this webinar. A knowledgeable and friendly CFIB small business counsellor will cover the following information:

  • Complete step-by-step instructions to apply for a ruling with the government to determine whether or not your employee should be paying into EI.
  • How you and your employee can stop making payments, dependent of ruling.
  • Instructions on how to get a refund of any overpayment within the last three years.

 

As part of CFIB’s annual Red Tape Awareness Week™, January 18th to 22nd, 2015, this non-profit organization is opening up webinars to both CFIB members and non-members across the country. So why wait to find out if your family members qualify for the EI benefits you are both paying into? Don’t let your family be rejected for benefits that they have been paying into several years or more.

Space is limited so reserve your seat at CFIB’s free webinar now.

Stop Paying Unnecessary EI Premiums for Family (and Get Your Money Back)
January 19th, 1pm EST

Assurance-emploi : payez-vous inutilement des cotisations pour un membre de votre famille?
January 20th, 1pm EST

Stop Paying Unnecessary EI Premiums for Family (and Get Your Money Back)
January 21st, 1pm EST

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