personal finance

A. The amount of an employee's income that an employer sends directly to the federal, state, or local tax authority
B. Taxes, insurance, and saving plans deducted from a paycheck
C. Provides a summary of the payroll information for each pay period
D. Commission, hourly rate, and salary
E. Fee paid for providing a service, usually as a percentage of the total amount of the business transacted
F. Social Security, Medicare, federal, and state taxes
G. Type of payment where an employee is only paid for the hours worked
H. Health insurance, retirement plans, life insurance, and stock purchase plans
I. A payment amount that is paid yearly, and is then divided into weekly, biweekly, or monthly payments throughout the year
J. Deductions that are untaxed

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  1. It looks as if you have posted a bunch of answer choices ... but what's the question??

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  2. 1. B
    2. D
    3. E
    4. G
    5. I
    6. J
    7. A
    8. F
    9. H
    10. C

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  3. Thx yeah everything was right hearts ❤️

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  4. @teah 100% right

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