contact the district attorney's office.
I assume that you mean the employer is withholding taxes from your paychecks but then not turning over this taxes to the IRS. If you have any evidence of support these alligations you should report such to the IRS so that they can investigate the matter.
Business contribute to economic development by paying taxes. Both employer and employees contribute to federal and state taxes. Small business companies also help with taxes and by providing more jobs for the economy.
No, not for Federal taxes.
paying state and federal taxes
When you earn income from an employer, the employer automatically withholds a portion of your salary for federal income taxes, which they remit to the government on your behalf.
The employer pays the state through payroll taxes (or directly) and the benefits to the claimant is income taxable.
What federal income tax percent should my employer deduct from my wages
No. Federal taxes are never deductible from Federal taxes! (Even if you paid them the year they were due. Certainly paying them in a later year won't produce a benefit).
Yes, when you pay taxes a part of that goes to the Federal Government. Which technically you are paying for Federal Aid.
Yes. The way it works in most cases is that you pay FICA taxes in the amount of 6.2% of your gross income and your employer also pays the same amount. Also you are required to pay 1.45% of your gross income for Medicare tax and your employer also matches that amount. So in total you are paying for half of these two taxes and your employer pays for half of the total taxes for these two taxes.
For US Federal taxes, it would depend on who was paying the premiums for one thing. If you pay the premiums yourself and the loss is not business related, then no. If your employer pays the premiums or if the loss is business related then maybe. Based strictly on the information given in this question, the answer would be no.
An employer is responsible for paying unemployment insurance through taxes in North Carolina. Employers pay at both a state and federal level for this type of coverage on their employee.
The taxes paid to the state by the business (for the purpose of the state paying unemployment claims) through their payroll taxes are determined by the state collecting them.
They come from the state. Your employer pays unemployment taxes to the state and the federal governments.
No, because people is not the one who is corrupting those taxes. It is the government's fault because they are stealing the the money that we are paying. We are paying that tax to have benefits not to corrupt!
Your employer payroll department would have to give you the correct percentage that they will be withholding for all of your federal taxes that they will be required to withhold from your gross income.
Paying federal and state taxes
You probably mean payroll taxes, which cover a number of different things. ANY employer must comply with the payroll tax requirements. Some of it is sending a portion of the employees pay to the government on behalf of the employee, for use in paying taxes. Some of it is the employer paying for things directly themself, like FICA.
An employer matches the amount of FICA (Social Security) and Medicare taxes which are 6.2% and 1.45% of your gross income respectively. The same amount is paid by the employer and the employee toward these two taxes. Only the employee pays their Federal, State, and/or Local Income tax withholding but the employer is responsible for withholding these taxes and remitting all of them to the IRS on a timely basis.
They run the Federal Government, including paying all the politicians in office, the military, all the Federal workers for starters. The budget for all the government's activities is funded by the taxes.
In most states the employer has been paying for unemployment through payroll taxes while you were working there. After you left, the state pays the benefits.
Taxes became mandatory in America in 1913 with the federal income tax. The 16th Amendment of the US Constitution enacted the federal income tax.
There is no length of time, particularly if you are considered a contractor. It does not relieve you of your responsibility to pay the taxes!
No. Income below the threshold is the only thing that can cause a person not to be required to file taxes.
According to the US Census (http://quickfacts.census.gov) the US has 115 million households. According to news reports, 45% to 47% of households do not pay Federal Income Tax. Using the figure of 54%, paying taxes, we get 62 million households paying Federal taxes.