A company has three employees, each of whom has been employed since January 1, earns $2,650 per month, and is paid on the last day of each month. On…

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just answer first 3 question is ok ~~~

  • Record the remittance of payroll liabilities to the Receiver General for Canada.
  • Record the payroll register for the pay period ending Mar 31.
  • Record employee benefits.

A company has three employees, each of whom has been employed since January 1, earns $2,650 per month, and is paid on the last day ofeach month. On March 1, the following accounts and balances appeared in its ledger. a. Employees’ Income Taxes Payable, $1,025.86 (liability for February). b. EI Payable, $360.74 (liability for February). 0. CPP Payable, $695.84 (liability for February). (I. Employees’ Medical Insurance Payable, $1,580.00 (liability for January and February). During March and April, the company completed the following related to payroll. Mar. 17 Issued cheque #320 payable to the Receiver General for Canada. The cheque was in payment of the February employee income taxes,El, and CPP amounts due. Mar. 31 Prepared a general journal entry to record the March payroll register, which had the following column totals: El Income Taxes CPP Medical Insurance Total Deductions Net Pay Office Salaries Shop Salaries$145.49 $1,025.86 $350.21 $349.16 $1 ,870.72 $6,079.28 $2,650.00 $5,300.00 [— Mar. 31 Recorded the employer’s $349.16 liability for its 50% contribution to the medical insurance plan of employees and 6% vacation payaccrued to the employees. Mar. 31 Prepared a general journal entry to record the employer’s costs resulting from the March payroll. Apr. 17 Issued cheque #385 payable to the Receiver General for Canada in payment of the March mandatory deductions. Apr. 17 Issued cheque #386 payable to All Canadian Insurance Company in payment of the employee medical insurance premiums for the firstquarter. Required:Prepare the entries to record the transactions. (If no entry is required for a transaction/event, select "No journal entry required" in thefirst account field. Round your answers to 2 decimal places. Do not round intermediate calculations.) View transaction list 1 Record the remittance of payroll liabilities to the Receiver /‘ >General for Canada.. Canada.2 Record the payroll register for the pay period ending Mar ’31.3 Record employee benefits. I‘4 Record the employer’s payroll expenses. l‘5 Record the remittance of payroll liabilities to the Receiver /‘General for Canada.6 Record the remittance of employee medical insurance "premium to All Canadian Insurance Company.Note : . = journal entry has been entered