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What does medicare tax mean on a payroll check stub?
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Can you file your taxes with your last pay check stub?

No. You are required to file your tax reports with the specified forms that your employer is required to mail to you by the end of January each year. If you didn't even have

Can you file your taxes with your last check stub?

You need to wait until you receive your W-2, because until then the company has not reported your final earnings to the government. You need to compare the final check stub wi

What does FICA mean on a payroll check stub?

  Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA) in other words, it is your Social Security Tax.

What date can you file your taxes with your last check stub?

  THIS QUESTION HAS BEEN ASKED AND ANSWERED MANY, MANY TIMES AND IS PART OF THE DATABASE. (As a courtesy one is linked here as a "related question").   CORRECTLY USING

Is it legal to print social security numbers on payroll check stubs?

Effective January 1, 2008, employers are prohibited from including an employee's Social Security number in its entirety on wage statements. California Labor Code § 226 requir
What does GTL mean on a check stub?

What does GTL mean on a check stub?

Group Term Life (insurance) It's your accidental death and dismemberment insurance.

Where can you file your taxes with a check stub?

  All federal income taxes are filed at the same place: The IRS (OK, perhaps different addresses for different areas).   Some places will give you a LOAN, a very expens
How do you determine how much social security and medicare taxes come out of a payroll check?

How do you determine how much social security and medicare taxes come out of a payroll check?

First your paycheck with your take home pay (net pay after all deductions) that you have in your hand will not have anything withheld from it because it is issued to you after