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  1. Payroll Accounting

    Julie Whiteweiler made $930 this week. Only social security (fully taxable) and federal income taxes attach to her pay. Whiteweiler contributes $100 each week to her company's 401(k) plan and has $25 put into her health savings account (nonqualified) each

  2. 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.

  3. tax

    Caroline, who files as head of household, received $9,000 of social security benefits. Her AGI before the social security benefits was $27,000. She also received $200 of tax- exempt interest. What is the amount of taxable social security benefits? $9,000

  4. Economics

    Personal consumption expenditures $245 Net foreign factor income 4 Transfer payments 12 Rents 14 Statistical discrepancy 8 Consumption of fixed capital (depreciation) 27 Social Security contributions 20 Interest 13 Proprietors’ income 33 Net Exports 11

  5. math

    If someone paid $59.00 on their taxable income with a state income tax rate of 6%, determine the amount of their taxable income.

  6. payroll accounting

    Julie Whiteweiler made $930 this week. Only social security (fully taxable) and federal income taxes attach to her pay. Julie contributes $100 each week to her company's 401(k) plan and has $25 put into her health savings account (nonqualified) each week.

  7. Calculus

    New York state income tax is based on taxable income which is part of a person's total income. The tax owed to the state is calculated using taxable income (not total income). In 2005, for a single person with a taxable income between $20,000 and $100,000,

  8. ECONOMICS

    Suppose you are a typical person in the U.S. economy. You pay 4 percent of your income in state income tax and 15.3 percent of your labor earnings in federal payroll taxes (employer and employee shares combined). You also pay federal income taxes as in

  9. macroeconomics

    18. The following is a list of figures for a given year in billions of dollars. Using this data, compute: (a) GDP; (b) NDP; (c) NI; (d) PI; (e) DI; (f) Net exports. Transfer payments $ 16 Government purchases 80 Personal taxes 38 Corporate income taxes 28

  10. Social studies-Unit 6 :building on Economics Basic

    2. What is one source of revenue for the federal government to pay for public goods and services? A - property taxes B- sales taxes C- income taxes D- excise taxes I think it's c ! 3. What is one the things the federal reserve system does? A- set income

  11. accounts

    The differences between the book basis and tax basis of the assets and liabilities of Castle Corporation at the end of 2008 are presented below.  It is estimated that the litigation liability will be settled in 2009. The difference in accounts receivable

  12. accounting

    An employee earns $40 per hour and 1.75 times that rate for all hours in excess of 40 hours per week. Assume that the employee worked 60 hours during the week, and that the gross pay prior to the current week totaled $58,000. Assume further that the social

  13. math

    To date, Jay Ward has xumulative earnings of $ 107,600. This week he is paid $3,000. What is the total amount of Social Security tax for this week? Assume a rate of 6.2% on $110,100 for Social Security and 1.45% for Medicare.

  14. Accounting

    During the week ended May 15, 2013, Scott Fairchild worked 40 hours. His regular hourly rate is $31. Assume that his earnings are subject to social security tax at a rate of 6.20 percent and Medicare tax at a rate of 1.45 percent. He also has deductions of

  15. Mathematics

    An employee earns $40 per hour and 1.5 times that rate for all hours in excess of 40 hours per week. Assume that the employee worked 60 hours during the week and that the gross pay prior to the current week totaled $58,000. Assume further that the social

  16. principles of macroeconomics

    The following is a list of figures for a given year in billions of dollars. Using this data, compute: (a) GDP; (b) NDP; (c) NI; (d) PI; (e) DI; (f) Net exports. Transfer payments $ 16 Government purchases 80 Personal taxes 38 Corporate income taxes 28

  17. econimics

    18. The following is a list of figures for a given year in billions of dollars. Using this data, compute: (a) GDP; (b) NDP; (c) NI; (d) PI; (e) DI; (f) Net exports. Transfer payments $ 16 Government purchases 80 Personal taxes 38 Corporate income taxes 28

  18. Principles of Macroeconomics

    Which of the following is the largest source of funds for the federal government? I am thinking either (B) OR (D) a. property taxes b. borrowing c. excise taxes d. income taxes e. tariffs

  19. Civics

    What is the major difference between the revenues and expenditures of state and local governments and the revenues and expenditures of the federal government? A. Unlike state and local governments, the federal government does not receive payroll taxes and

  20. Payroll accounting

    Julie Whiteweiler made $930 this week. Only social security (fully taxable) and federal income taxes attach to her pay. Whiteweiler contributes $100 each week to her company's 401(k) plan and has $25 put into her health savings account (nonqualified) each

  21. Economics

    1) In which of the following situations would someone have to pay a gift tax? A. A relative dies and leaves you $13,000 in the will. B. Your cousin gives you a car worth $1,700. C. Your grandmother gives you $13,000 toward college.

  22. Economics

    Mallory's total income last year was $24,000, but she could deduct $12,000 for various reasons. Her taxable income equals the amount left over after deductions. If she had to pay 15 percent of her taxable income in federal income tax, which you can

  23. Math

    If someone paid $59.00 on their taxable income with a state income tax rate of 6%, determine the amount of their taxable income.

  24. Math

    Kate Alexander worked 40 hours last week. Her pay rate is $8.50 per hour. Assuming 7.65% social security withholding, how much should her employer withhold from her check for social security?

  25. college finite math

    For wages less than the maximum taxable wage base, Social Security contributions (including those for Medicare) by employees are 7.65% of the employee's wages.† (a) Find an equation that expresses the relationship between the wages earned (x) and the

  26. government(taxes)

    I am looking for a list of California state taxes. So far this all I have: 1) Sales Tax 2) Trash tax 3) Electricity tax 4) State income tax 5) Gasoline tax 6) Property tax 7) Federal telephone excise tax 8) Excise tax 9) social security tax 10)

  27. College Algebra

    If 24% of your monthly pay is withheld for federal income taxes and another 6% is withheld for Social Security, state income tax, and other miscellaneous items, leaving you with $989.50 a month in take-home pay, then the amount you earned before the

  28. accounting

    An employee earns $20 per hour and 1.75 times that rate for all hours in excess of 40 hours per week. Assume that the employee worked 55 hours during the week, and that the gross pay prior to the current week totaled $29,000. Assume further that the social

  29. accounting

    On November 30, the payroll register of Webster & Smith indicated the following information: Determine the amount of Social Security and Medicare taxes to be withheld. Round your answers to one decimal place. Social Security Tax=$ Medicare Tax=$136,30 I

  30. math

    tyler earns $38,500 per year. how much is withheld from his monthly paycheck for social security taxes remember that social security taxed at a rate of 6.2%

  31. social studies

    americans pay many different types of taxes to federal, state, and local governments. Choose the best example of a tax that we do NOT pay in the U.S.? A.payroll taxes B.value-added taxes C.sales taxes D.income taxes

  32. Economics

    consumption function, C=5+0.75*(Y-T). Y is,national income and T is government taxes. a What is the marginal propensity to consume? b If disposable income is 100, what are consumers' savings? c What form might a "consumption shock" take given the structure

  33. Finance

    Eric Jones develops computer software for a major company. Eric's salary and bonuses total $82,000, but he pays $29,233 in income and social security taxes. If Eric's annual debt repayments are $33,620, what is his debt service-to-income ratio?

  34. Economics

    Your pay stub deducts money for FICA. What does this mean? A. Money is being withheld for personal exemptions and deductions. B. Money is being withheld for excise and estate taxes. C. Money is being withheld to fund Social Security and Medicare. D. Money

  35. Math

    Geraldine made $140,143.11 in Employment income last year. She had investment income of $12,383.19 and dividend income of $4,230.12. How much income tax (include both federal and provincial) did she have to pay if she lives in Ontario? Federal Rates: 15%

  36. Accounting

    Kelly B. Roach Single, 1 Allowance $415/week Deduction for 401(k) plan 50/week Annual Taxes Withheld 1,337.96 Social Security tax withheld 313.04 Medicare tax withheld 662.48 State Income tax withheld 928.20 Local Income tax withheld Ralph Volpe Married, 1

  37. Government US

    Which of the following is true of social security and Medicare? a. Eligibility requirements make sure that all social security beneficiaries have an absolute economic need for the benefit. b. Spending on Medicare and social security exceeds the total of

  38. accounting

    Complete the work sheet. In completing the worksheet, compute State of Illinois corporate income taxes at 41/2% of pretax income. The state income tax is deductible on the federal tax return, and the federal tax is not deductible on the Illinois return.

  39. math

    2. Over 75% of the revenue received by the federal government is from ____ and ____ taxes. a. sales and income b. income and excise c. Social Security and estate d. estate and sales e. income and Social Security

  40. Business Mathmatics

    Fandango Furniture Manufacturing, Inc., has 40 employees on the assembly line, each with gross earnings of $325 per week. a. What are the total social security and Medicare taxes that should be withheld from the employees' paychecks each week? Social

  41. ACC 105

    Employee Form W-2 Information Roach, Kelly Volpe, Ralph Myer, Randi Ford, Kenneth Carmen, Chrissy Zuber, Hal 1. Wages, tips, other compensation 2. Federal income tax withheld 3. Social security wages 4. Social security taxes withheld 5. Medicare wages and

  42. chid

    In preparing a budget for a day care center, you must plan for taxes. As an employer, you must pay part of each employee’s _______ tax. A. Social Security C. state income B. federal income D. local

  43. child

    In preparing a budget for a day care center, you must plan for taxes. As an employer, you must pay part of each employee’s _______ tax. A. Social Security C. state income B. federal income D. local

  44. math

    Fandango Furniture Manufacturing, Inc. has 40 employees on the assembly line, each with gross earnings of $325 per week. What are the total combined social security and Medicare taxes that should be withheld from the employees’ paychecks each week? Using

  45. math

    In accounting, what is the form that accompanies an employer's payment of social security, Medicare, and employee's federal income taxes?

  46. Accounting

    Here is another question I am having trouble with, please help!!!! 3. The following totals for the month of March were taken from the payroll registrar of the X company: Salaries (all subject to social security & Medicare taxes $14,000 Federal income taxes

  47. Financing and Budget

    In preparing a budget for a day care center, you must plan for taxes. As an employer, you must pay part of each employee's---- tax. A.Social Security B.federal income C. state income D. local My answer is A.Can someone check this answer for me.

  48. MicroEconomics

    You are a typical person in the US economy. You pay 4 percent of your income in a state income tax and 15.3 percent of your labor earnings in federal payroll taxes (employer and employees share combined) You also pay federal income taxes 15%. How much tax

  49. fundamentals of accounting 1

    journalizing payroll transactions, for Keller Systems;Inc, paid cash for april's payroll tax liability. withheld taxes from april payrolls; employee income tax,$532.00; social security tax,$634.88; and medicare tax,$148.48. paid cash for semimonthly

  50. check american government

    Why does the Constitution allow the Federal Government to levy taxes?The Constitution restricted the ablility of the Feds to tax and specifically forbids direct taxes like income tax, social security taxes and other payroll deductions. It was changed by

  51. accounting 1

    help with journalizing payroll transactions and filling on the cash payments journal, may 15, paid cash for april's payroll tax liability. withheld taxes from april payrolls; employee income tax,$532.00; social security tax,$634.88; and medicare

  52. accounting 1

    help with journalizing payroll transactions and filling on the cash payments journal, may 15, paid cash for april's payroll tax liability. withheld taxes from april payrolls; employee income tax,$532.00; social security tax,$634.88; and medicare

  53. College Algebra

    The value of the expression (4220 + 0.25 (x - 30,650) is the 2006 federal income tax for a single taxpayer with taxable income of x dollars, where x is over $30,650 but not over $74,200. Simplify the expression; Find the amount of tax for a single taxpayer

  54. public finance

    A worker lives in a state that has its own income tax. The worker is in the 31 percent federal tax bracket. In addition, he is subject to a 9 percent MTR for his state income tax. Assume that mortgage interest is deductible both on his federal and state

  55. Public Finance

    A worker lives in a state that has its own income tax. The worker is in the 31 percent federal tax bracket. In addition, he is subject to a 9 percent MTR for his state income tax. Assume that mortgage interest is deductible both on his federal and state

  56. college

    124. Marriage penalty eliminated. The value of the expression 4220 + 0.25(x 30,650) is the 2006 federal income tax for a single taxpayer with taxable income of x dollars, where x is over $30,650 but not over $74,200. a) Simplify the expression. b) Find the

  57. algebra

    124. Marriage penalty eliminated. The value of the expression 4220 + 0.25(x 30,650) is the 2006 federal income tax for a single taxpayer with taxable income of x dollars, where x is over $30,650 but not over $74,200. a) Simplify the expression. b) Find the

  58. College Algebra

    If 24% of your monthly pay is withheld for federal income taxes and another 6% is withheld for Social Security, state income tax, and other miscellaneous items, leaving you with $989.50 a month in take-home pay, then the amount you earned before the

  59. College Algebra

    If 24% of your monthly pay is withheld for federal income taxes and another 6% is withheld for Social Security, state income tax, and other miscellaneous items, leaving you with $989.50 a month in take-home pay, then the amount you earned before the

  60. history

    what are republicans view on social security. please helppp This is what i have so far:Workers will have choice to invest their payroll taxes. Anyone currently receiving Social Security, or close to it, will not be impacted by any changes.Today’s workers

  61. introduction to finance

    mary watson is 24 years old and single, lives in an apartment, and has no dependents. Last year she earned $45,000 as a sales assistant for focused business analytics: $3,910 of her wages was withheld for federal income taxes. In addition, she had interest

  62. College Algebra

    If 24% of your monthly pay is withheld for federal income taxes and another 6% is withheld for Social Security, state income tax, and other miscellaneous items, leaving you with $989.50 a month in take-home pay, then the amount you earned before the

  63. finance

    Mary Watson is 24 years old and single, lives in an apartment, and has no dependents. Last year she earned $45,000 as a sales assistant for Focused Business Analytics: $3,910 of her wages was withheld for federal income taxes. In addition, she had interest

  64. accounting

    Joe makes $40,000 per year as an exempt employee. She worked 25 hours of overtime in the month of March. Payday for wages earned in the month of March is April 7. Ignoring Federal and State income tax withholdings, how much would he receive for September

  65. accounting

    Cindy Lou makes $30,000 per year as an exempt employee. She worked 15 hours of overtime in the month of September. Payday for wages earned in the month of September is October 7. Ignoring Federal and State income tax withholdings, how much would she

  66. accounting

    2. Cindy Lou makes $30,000 per year as an exempt employee. She worked 15 hours of overtime in the month of September. Payday for wages earned in the month of September is October 7. Ignoring Federal and State income tax withholdings, how much would she

  67. Government

    1. George W. Bush has called for an expansion in the role of __ in administering federal social programs a. colleges and universities b. big business c. state gov't d. federal bureaucrats e. religious organizations 2. Polling data suggest Americans __ the

  68. math

    ____ income is subject to federal taxes. Gross Adjusted gross Net Taxable

  69. History

    I am home schooled and I am suppose to ask people their ideas on how to solve the Social Security problem. It says in my book the population of working Americans is not growing quickly enough to fund continued increases in Social Security spending. At some

  70. Accounting

    Here is my question am I suppose to make journal entry. Cindy Lou makes $30,000 per year as an exempt employee. She worked 15 hours of overtime in the month of September. Payday for wages earned in the month of Septemberis October 7? Ignoring Federal and

  71. MicroEconomics

    an accountant claims that she has found a legal way for Beth to shelter $3,000 of taxable income from the federal government. The maximum amount that Beth is willing to pay to learn this strategy and reduce her taxable income by $3,000 is

  72. business math

    How much tax must be sent to the IRS for the first quarter if the annual income is $63,000.00, Social Security is 12.4%, Medicare is 2.9% and federal income tax rate is 22%?

  73. Government US

    The primary reason that the existence of Social Security greatly lessens the demand for other forms of social welfare is that a. Social Security is so popular that many people believe other welfare programs are neither necessary nor desirable. WRONG b. the

  74. Tax

    A corp has domestic taxable income of $400,000 and foreign-source taxable income of $200,000. Their U.S. tax on worldwide income is $204,000. The corp paid foreign income taxes of $75,000. What is their foreign tax credit on their US income tax return?

  75. Tax

    The corp has domestic taxable income of $400,000 and foreign-source taxable income of $200,000. Their U.S. tax on worldwide income is $204,000. The corp paid foreign income taxes of $65,000. What is their foreign tax credit on their US income tax return?

  76. accounting

    An employee earns $40 per hour and 1.75 times that rate for all hours in excess of 40 hours per week. Assume that the employee worked 60 hours during the week, and that the gross pay prior to the current week totaled $58,000. Assume further that the social

  77. Math

    Felisha worked at the library for three months.she earned $4,500.00 and must pay total of 15% in taxes,which includes federal withholding, Medicare, and social security taxes.What is her net pay? Show or tell how you got the answer A) $3,825.00 B)

  78. social studies

    1) What is one source of revenue for the federal government to pay for public goods and services? a. Sales taxes b. Excise taxes c. Income taxes ** d. Property taxes

  79. Finance

    Compute taxable income. gross salary 46,660 interest earnings 225.00 dividend income 80.00 one personal exemption 3,400 itemized deductions 7,820 adjustments to income 1,150 What amount would be reported as taxable income?

  80. Math

    Fandango Furniture Manufacturing, Inc. has 40 employees on the assembly line, each with gross earnings of $325 per week. What are the total combined social security and Medicare taxes that should be withheld from the employees’ paychecks each week?

  81. math

    Fandango Furniture Manufacturing, Inc. has 40 employees on the assembly line, each with gross earnings of $325 per week. What are the total combined social security and Medicare taxes that should be withheld from the employees’ paychecks each week?

  82. Math

    You make $22.50/hr and work 38 hours each week. You are paid weekly. Taxes are Federal (25%), FICA (7.65%), and State (3%). What is your Gross income on your next paycheck? $550.19 $855.00 $304.81 Flag this Question Question 4 1 pts You make $22.50/hr and

  83. business math

    17. Fandango Furniture Manufacturing, Inc. has 40 employees on the assembly line, each with gross earnings of $325 per week. What are the total combined social security and Medicare taxes that should be withheld from the employees’ paychecks each week?

  84. Ecnomics

    Social Security Question As one's income rises, the % of income paid in Social Security tax increases. decreases. remains constant. fluctuates. I don't know if it is increases, or decreases, but I know it isn't one of the last 2

  85. english

    this is the assignment can you tell me if i covered what was needed of the assignment? Write two paragraphs, with a total minimum word count of 350 words, explaining what your point of view will be and what you plan to accomplish in your paper. My point of

  86. maths

    Pedro earns 7.50 dollars an hour at his job at Matrix Cinemas. If he works 20 hours this week and his employer withholds a total of 22 percent of his weekly pay for taxes and Social Security, what is his take-home pay for the week?

  87. Algebra I

    Pedro earns 7.50 dollars an hour at his job at Matrix Cinemas. If he works 20 hours this week and his employer withholds a total of 22 percent of his weekly pay for taxes and Social Security, what is his take-home pay for the week?

  88. accounting

    calculate taxable income for 2005: this is related informaton given for 2005: income statement: sales 41,100 cogs (23,725) GP 17375 SG&a (15,492) EBIT 1883 TAXES 25% Net income 1412 tax issues: all 2005 assets purchases were made on 9/27/05 no estimated

  89. SS

    Which of these is a source of only federal tax revenue payroll taxes? A. Payroll taxes B. Property taxes C. Sales taxes D. Income taxes I think it could be A, I don't really know.

  90. Accouting

    Please can you show me how to do it. An employee receives an hourly rate of $25, with time and a half for all hours worked in excess of 40 during a week. Payroll data for the current week are as follows: hours worked, 46 federal income tax withheld, $350;

  91. ACC233- INCOME TAX

    Computation of taxable income: The following information for 2009 relates to Tom, a single taxpayer, age 18. Salary $1,800 Intrest income $1,600 Itemized deductions $ 600 A. Compute Tom's taxable income assuming he is self-supporting B. Compute Toms's

  92. Income tax / Accounting

    Computation of taxable income: The following information for 2009 relates to Tom, a single taxpayer, age 18. Salary $1,800 Intrest income $1,600 Itemized deductions $ 600 A. Compute Tom's taxable income assuming he is self-supporting B. Compute Toms's

  93. accounting

    Phil Phoenix is paid monthly. For the month of January of the current year, he earned a total of $8,288. The FICA tax rate for social security is 6.2% and the FICA tax rate for Medicare is 1.45%. The FUTA tax rate is 0.8%, and the SUTA tax rate is 5.4%.

  94. math

    a income of 63000.00 his social security tax is 12.4%, medicare is 2.9% and his estimated federal income tax rate is 22%. how much quarterly estimated tax must his send to the irs for the quarter

  95. Math

    With these ideas in mind, evaluate—in a paragraph each—the following data depictions. U.S. Federal Budget Policy Outlays by Category for 2015. (U.S. Federal Budget for 2011.) p. 153. This display shows expected expenditures of the federal government in

  96. Math

    You are currently making $70,000 a year after taxes and are interested in maintaining your current income. If you are expecting $2,500 a month from Social Security, how much will you need to withdraw from your retirement accounts monthly?

  97. office finances

    payroll deductions taxes include social security,medicare,and a.fair labor fees b.service charge c.petty cash d.income tax my answer is d

  98. math

    Lucy earns $326.87 each week. The federal government withholds 18% of that for federal income tax. How much is withheld from her pay annually for federal income tax?

  99. Personal Finance

    What is taxable income and how do you know how much taxes are owed?

  100. Economics

    This data given: GDP=$110; Income earned by citizens abroad=$5; income foreigners earn here=$15; loss from depreciation=$4; indirect business taxes=$6; business subsidies=$2; retained earnings=$5; corporate income taxes=$6; social insurance

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