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Author's profile photo Rémi Corriveau

Payroll Canada Year-End 2016

Last month, SAP announced the Release of the Year-End Master Note for Canada, and it was published on
SAP Note 2369480 – YE16: Master Note for Canadian Year End 2016 and SAP Note 2366710 – YE16: Year-end Canada 2016 Phase 1 – preparation for upcoming changes have been released to help you prepare for Year End 2016.

If you want to find the HRSP Release Schedule, please refer to the following discussion thread

I have also been advised that ASUG’s HCM Canada Payroll and Tax Reporting Year End Update Webcast will be on Nov 17 at 1.00 PM EST, but that information has not yet been posted on their Calendar of events


RC 2017/10/12  SAP Note 2543237 “YE: Enable Print Year-end forms using Adobe Forms technology on RPCYERK0 report” has been published recently.

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      Author's profile photo Rémi Corriveau
      Rémi Corriveau
      Blog Post Author

      In the October issue of ESOURCE, The Canadian Payroll Association ( has published the  Federal and Provincial Rates for 2017.

      ASUG has opened registration to the HR Canada Payroll and Tax Reporting Year End Update 2016 Webcast  (

      Author's profile photo Rémi Corriveau
      Rémi Corriveau
      Blog Post Author

      Through SAP's Launchpad (, you should be able to access the Legal Change Notes that are already published.

      Author's profile photo S Karthik
      S Karthik

      Hello Remi,

      Thanks for putting the information to customers. We have created Year End Page 2016 for Payroll Canada today, Kindly keep updating in the following page

      We can update the customer to follow the page to get Year end updates and ask there questions regarding Payroll Canada year end 2016.

      Thanks for your cooperation.

      With Regards,

      Author's profile photo Rémi Corriveau
      Rémi Corriveau
      Blog Post Author

      OK.  I'm now following your discussion thread.
      Should I add to it the mention of the upcomming ASUG Webcast on the HR Canada Payroll and Tax Reporting Year End Update 2016 ?

      Author's profile photo Sam Harun
      Sam Harun

      Hi Remi,

      Thanks for sharing the content, plus your answers on Payroll and Time Management are always appreciated. Do you have some expertise in International Payroll? I am stuck in an issue and some standard solution is required.


      Author's profile photo Hemanth Krishnakumar
      Hemanth Krishnakumar

      Hi Remi Corriveau


      I have an issue with Garnishment Canada for a bi-weekly employee.


      We have Ontario Family support deduction notice (in Garnishment infotype 0066) for an employee with a debt rule configured with an on going payment of 50% (percent of net) per pay period in garnishment infotype 0067.


      Since the Employee is Bi-weekly, WE have 3 pay period in the month of March/September, all other month has 2 pay periods only.

      The deduction during these month should happen only on the first 2 pay period and NO GARNISHMENT DEDUCTION SHOULD BE CALULTED IN 3rd period for the month of march and September.

      Unfortunately i don't see any configuration available. in infotype 0067 i do see pay schedule option, but this employee is hourly employee. His pay changes (with different overtime in each pay period), so i am unable to keep 50% of net as garnishment deduction for pay period 1 and pay period 2.

      I attached deduction modal for the wage type, unfortunately they work only for function P0014/P0015 inside schema but this deduction modal is not bought in with KGARN function which calculate garnishment.

      Can someone please let me know if you have any solution for this issue.


      Author's profile photo Remi Corriveau
      Remi Corriveau

      Hello Hemanth,

      If the Court Order established the Garnishement as 50% of net, the system should take that on every pay, whether there are 2 or 3 Payroll Periods in the month.

      Note that I have been retired for the past 4 years and can only occasionally access a SAP environment, so I have not kept current with the most recent changes.