Effective date: February 28, 2007
Application: All claims.
Policy subject: Benefits for Workers - Initial benefits
To explain the calculation of net compensation.
(A) the probable income tax payable by the worker calculated by using only the worker’s earnings from employment as their income, and using only the worker’s basic personal exemption, exemption for dependants and employment-related tax credits, as at the date of the worker’s injury and each anniversary date, as the worker’s deductions;
(B) the probable Canada Pension Plan premiums payable by the worker; and
(C) the probable employment insurance premiums payable by the worker.”
the wage base will be adjusted, prospectively, on the anniversary of the claim. A worker’s original wage base will not be adjusted retroactively.
01 January 2018. Title updated from Calculation of Net Compensation Payable to Calculation of Probable Compensation.
01 January 2014. References updated in accordance with The Workers’ Compensation Act, 2013
POL 10/88 Sections 68 (3)(b) & (4) – Calculation of Net Compensation Payable
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