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Re: Pay Deductions [Merged]
« Reply #50 on: May 22, 2017, 16:26:04 »
I actually have a question. When you go to bmq for training you don't benefits right ? When does one get it ? After all the training is done ?

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Re: Pay Deductions [Merged]
« Reply #51 on: May 22, 2017, 16:28:22 »
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Re: Pay Deductions [Merged]
« Reply #52 on: June 01, 2017, 14:11:03 »
I just got my package for BMQ in the mail yesterday, and in it was a sheet of paper explaining pay and allowances for a private basic.  I'll type them out here for you, just for your own reference.

Single: 

Pay rate:  2421.00
Supplemental death benefits: 5.85
Employment Insurance: 47.21
CF Pension and CPP: 203.44
SISSIP/LTD: 5.07
Income Taxes: 415.51
Sales tax: 0.53
Single quarters: 74.00
Rations: 365.61

Total deductions: 1117.22

Net take home pay:  1303.78

Married:

Pay rate:  2421.00
Supplemental death benefits: 5.85
Employment Insurance: 47.21
CF Pension and CPP: 203.44
SISSIP/LTD: 5.07
Income Taxes: 415.51
Sales tax: 0.53
Single quarters: N/A
Rations: N/A

Total deductions: 677.61

Net take home pay:  2088.39

Hope that helps!

Would anyone be able to type something up like this for an up to date version, but for DEO? Interested in what the break down is, for a single person, as I am not married!

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Re: Pay Deductions [Merged]
« Reply #53 on: June 01, 2017, 15:07:08 »
Would anyone be able to type something up like this for an up to date version, but for DEO? Interested in what the break down is, for a single person, as I am not married!

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Re: Pay Deductions [Merged]
« Reply #54 on: December 04, 2017, 18:45:27 »
 I have a question about what gets taken off of my pay cheque.. yes I understand the usual fed tax, EI, cpp. But what percentage comes off for my pension.. sisip?? I know that theres calculators out their that give you a rough idea, but I'm surprised this isn't the case for the Canadian forces or I haven't found it....

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Re: Pay Deductions [Merged]
« Reply #56 on: December 05, 2017, 10:34:54 »
I actually have a question. When you go to bmq for training you don't benefits right ? When does one get it ? After all the training is done ?

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Not true at all.  The full meal deal kicks in as soon as you depart your home for BMQ.  A bit morbid to think about, but should you die in transit to BMQ, you would actually be entitled to death benefits (e.g. your heir(s) would get a Supplementary Death Benefit = two years salary).
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Re: Pay Deductions [Merged]
« Reply #57 on: December 05, 2017, 10:51:33 »
When you go to bmq for training you don't benefits right ? When does one get it ? After all the training is done ?

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Re: Pay Deductions [Merged]
« Reply #58 on: December 10, 2017, 17:08:20 »
Is their not a calculator available for payroll deductions .. like someone made for the new pay increase? It'd be easy have a drop down menu for your rank and level and what province to give you a ball park figure..

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Re: Pay Deductions [Merged]
« Reply #59 on: December 10, 2017, 17:53:32 »
The federal government provides this payroll calculator for all Canadians, to assist in estimating their bills. Take off another 5% for pension and your mess dues + CANEX plan and you are as close to accurate as possible, without manually calculating your pay.
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Re: Pay Deductions [Merged]
« Reply #60 on: April 08, 2018, 11:58:17 »
Hey everyone, I have read all of this thread but so have one question and may sound a little bit odd by asking. I am currently going through he process and have passed everything this far except for the interview which I have this coming week. I am wondering if during BMQ there are any allowances for people who have mortgages on there current house like a housing allowance or is it just separation benefit as I am currently married with two children? I just asking as I’m trying to plan my finances in the chance I do get accepted.
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Re: Pay Deductions [Merged]
« Reply #61 on: April 08, 2018, 12:08:02 »
Unfortunately no, there is no housing allowance (never was) but what the policy used to be several years ago was a mbr with dependant and maintaining their principle residence were excused paying for rations ($500-600 a month) and quarters ($100 a month).  That policy was changed back around...oh, 2012-13.  Now even with your mortgage, spouse and 2 kids at home you will pay for rations during your training (the expensive part), but you will not pay quarters (saving of approx. 100 a month). 

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Re: Pay Deductions [Merged]
« Reply #62 on: April 08, 2018, 12:52:41 »
Ok well thanks for the information, I guess my next question would be how long do you pay rations for? Is it just for the BMQ or is it longer then that?

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Re: Pay Deductions [Merged]
« Reply #63 on: April 08, 2018, 13:04:13 »
Crappy answer - it depends.  Sorry.
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Re: Pay Deductions [Merged]
« Reply #64 on: April 11, 2018, 19:01:21 »
Went for my medical and interview everything has gone great! I have been put with a competitive file for both of the trades I applied for, also scored very high on my CFAT. My last question would be, during basic training does your pay go up as you go through basic training? Does it stay at the basic amount until after your have completed the occupational training as well. Thanks in advance!

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Re: Pay Deductions [Merged]
« Reply #65 on: April 11, 2018, 20:39:55 »
There are no payraise after either BMQ and trade qualification, you will see a bigger paycheck when you get to your first posting and take off ration and quarter, then the first « real » payraise come at the first year of service then every year after until you max out/ get promoted.

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Re: Pay Deductions [Merged]
« Reply #66 on: April 12, 2018, 10:23:28 »
The "Basic" pay level is not called that because that's what you receive on Basic Training.  It's the base pay for that rank.  Level 1 is the 1st incentive increase; Level 2 is the 2nd, etc.  As pointed out above, incentive increases occur annually, on the anniversary of the date you were first promoted to that rank (or for a private, the anniversary of the date of enrollment).  Once you reach the top incentive level, there are no more increases, except for promotion to the next rank or general pay raises (cost of living increases).
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