webTOD

webTOD

Canada FlagwebTOD is a free online Canadian Payroll Tax Deductions calculator.
Our all-new webTOD calculator is now HTML5 compatible and will run on any browser-enabled device.
Click the 'Start Calculator' button below to launch the new webTOD calculator. 

Providing free online Canadian payroll deduction calculations since 2004!


NOTICE re: Internet Explorer browser
We have now deployed a bugfix for the New Calculator that resolves the previously reported issue with an incomplete display of the details of the printed results page if you were using Internet Explorer as your browser.  The printed results should now be displayed properly when using Internet Explorer as your browser.  Note that you may need to clear your browser cache (temporary files) or refresh your browser to ensure that you are using the most recently updated version of the calculator. 

Thank-you to our loyal users for reporting this issue!

 

If you're looking for our old calculator, for a limited time the old version of the calculator will be available by clicking on the [Start Calculator (old)] button below.


  • webTOD calculates employee payroll deductions for Canada Pension Plan (CPP), Quebec Pension Plan (QPP), Employment Insurance (EI), Quebec Parental Insurance Plan (QPIP), and federal, provincial and territorial (including Quebec) income tax and will allow you to print out a simple Payroll Deductions Calculation results summary, showing your deduction calculations in a clear and easy-to-understand format.

  • You can use webTOD as an alternative to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) T4032 Payroll Deductions Tables and T4008 Payroll Deductions Supplementary Tables, or as an alternative to CRA Payroll Deductions Online Calculator (PDOC)webTOD also calculates Québec payroll deductions (CRA's PDOC calculator does not), so it can also be used as an alternative to Revenu Québec's winRAS program. 

  • Use webTOD to calculate Canadian payroll tax deductions on regular salary & wages, pension income, bonuses, retroactive pay increases and/or commission income payments.  webTOD will calculate payroll deductions for any payroll period frequency, including daily, weekly, bi-weekly, semi-monthly, monthly, quarterly and annual.

  • Why use webTOD? Simple - it's easier and quicker to use than looking up deduction amounts in the CRA Payroll Deduction Tables, and provides a more comprehensive, intuitive and user-friendly interface than CRA's PDOC and Revenu Québec's winRAS programs. webTOD will calculate Quebec payroll deductions, while CRA PDOC does not include calculations for Quebec, so webTOD combines two separate programs into one for Québec employers.

  • webTOD runs in most popular (Javascript-enabled) web browsers - so in most cases the only software you need is the web browser you already have installed! We update webTOD for changes in payroll deduction rates and formulas for you - so you never need to worry about whether you have the up-to-date version installed. webTOD is usually updated, as tax changes occur, for January 1 and July 1 each year.

  • Why not try it out?  It's free, it's easy, it's quick and it's accurate.  To use the calculator, simply click on the "Start Calculator" button above.

  • We hope you find webTOD a useful and effective tool. We welcome any feedback, comments, and suggestions regarding webTOD, so please feel free to contact us.

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webTOD Updates

Jun 15, 2019:  Canada Revenue Agency has advised that there will not be a July 2019 edition of the Payroll Deductions Tables guide (T4032), Payroll Deductions Supplementary Tables guide (T4008) and the Payroll Deductions Formulas guide (T4127), as there are no legislative changes or updates required.  As a result, the current version of webTOD can continue to be used for payroll withholding deduction calculations for the remainder of 2019.

Dec 15, 2018:  webTOD is now updated for CRA publication T4127, Payroll Deductions Formulas for Computer Programs - 109th Edition - effective for Canadian payrolls beginning JANUARY 1, 2019.