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What is a FIT-S-O payroll deduction?


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2009-07-22 03:57:26
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FIT= Federal Income Tax. S 0= Single 0 Exemptions (From W-4)


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The federal payroll deduction for married 0 for the amount 1800.00 would be 0. The federal payroll deduction for married 0 for the amount 1800.00 would be 0.

A payroll deduction is an amount held from an employee's earnings - typically income tax, National Insurance, Pension Fund Contributions etc.

get a payroll deduction book for your state an one for federal, everyone on the internet wants you to sign up for a price! FIGURES!

One type of payroll deduction is all the taxes you have to pay such as federal, state and social security. Another type of deduction is your health insurance.

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Yes, an online payroll deduction calculator is just as much reliable as any online calculator as long as the inserted values are accurate and correct.

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The accuracy of online payroll deduction calculators really depends on the information that you enter. You might want to look up your government website for your country and see if they have free calculators that you can use.

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Any deduction from your paycheck (or payslip) is technically considered payroll deduction. Examples of most common deductions are: * Credit Union deposits * Health Insurance * Union Dues * Dental Insurance * Disability & Accident Insurance * Life Insurance * Charities * Taxes (PAYE) * Pension * Student Loan payments

As soon as the court order is served to your employer.

To use a payroll deduction calculator you first have to know how many hours a person has worked and then you can figure out how much he or she will be paid. You need to add up the hours worked and then multiply them by the rate of pay the person earns and that is how you will get to know how much he or she will get paid.

Payroll deductions are also called withholdings. Things typically withheld from earnings are state and federal income taxes, social security, and national insurance.

Deduction from employees, Earnings for employees, Employee statutory deductions, Employers statutory contributions, Gratuity, Loans and advances and Reimbursement to employees are the types of payroll deductions

A deduction taken out of payroll for something, reducing the income tax is applied to. Hence you get to pay that item with "pre tax" money...which is cheaper than after tax money.

You can set up a payroll deduction for your retirement account, provided that your employer has such a system in place. The amount of the deduction is predicated on the IRS limits.

Imputed income is income that is the result of you providing services to yourself, such as owning a home rather than paying rent to another person. It is not normally a payroll deduction. In some cases you can be taxed on imputed income, and that might result in a payroll deduction. The best way to find out why imputed income is coming out of your pay is to ask the person who prepares the payroll about it.

Income taxes affect payroll, because it is the amount of money that is taken out of each check. Income tax must be paid by every working citizen.

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Check your annual OPM annuity statement -- there is no payroll tax. A payroll tax feeds the Ponzi scheme we commonly call Social Security. For the last few years the payroll tax was reduced by 2% but that just means Social Security will become broke even faster.

Payroll Deductions Use this calculator to help you determine the impact of changing your payroll deductions. You can enter your current payroll information and deductions, and then compare them to your proposed deductions. Try changing your withholdings, filing status or retirement savings and let the payroll deduction calculator show you the impact on your take home pay. This calculator has been updated to use the new withholding schedules for 2010.

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