If your corporation is not preparing proper pay stubs (showing earnings and deductions), you can track your draw using the bank statements for your business account. The total of your withdrawals can be analyzed at the end of the year, and classified into the following categories:
Salary payments (bank withdrawals are net income amounts; the gross amounts and related payroll deductions can be calculated from the net amounts)
Loan to shareholder
Repayment of loan from shareholder
For salary and dividend payments, a tax slip (T4 for salary, T5 for dividends) must be issued by the last day in February.
Loans to shareholder and repayment of loans from shareholder do not require that slips be issued, but will be reflected on the corporate balance sheet.