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  • Payroll tax - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    Payroll taxes are taxes imposed on employers or employees, and are usually
    calculated as a percentage of the salaries that employers pay their staff. Payroll ...

  • What Are Payroll Taxes? - AllLaw.com


    Payroll taxes are the state and federal taxes that you, as an employer, are
    required to withhold and/or to pay on behalf of your employees. You are required
    to ...

  • Payroll Taxes: Basic Information for All Employers - Tax Planning: U.S.


    Find out how employers report and figure payroll taxes.

  • Employment Taxes - Internal Revenue Service


    If you are self-employed, visit the Self-Employed Individuals Tax Center page for
    information about your tax obligations. Understanding Employment Taxes

  • Payroll Tax Definition | Investopedia


    Tax an employer withholds and/or pays on behalf of their employees based on
    the wage or salary of the employee. In most countries, including the U.S., both ...

  • Payroll-Taxes.com: Payroll Taxes | Homepage


    Looking for payroll taxes information? Visit Payroll-Taxes.com today for the latest
    resources on state tax, federal tax, income tax and more.

  • Free Payroll Tax Calculator - Free Paycheck Calculation


    Paycheck Manager offers both a Free Payroll Calculator and full featured
    Paycheck Manager for ... Paycheck Manager - Online Payroll Tax Preparation
    Software ...

  • Payroll tax forms and updates - Intuit Payroll


    Easy explanations of payroll taxes, tax laws and tax updates to help calculate
    your State and Federal payroll taxes. Also, Intuit Payroll can handle it all for you ...

  • Overview - Payroll Taxes - Employment Development Department


    Provides an overview of California Payroll Taxes. The program consists of
    Unemployment Insurance and Employment Training Tax, which are employer ...

  • Payroll Taxes, Costs & Benefits Paid by Employers - AccountingCoach


    Understanding the Social Security tax and the Medicare tax is critical for payroll
    accounting. In this section we discuss the employers' portion of the Social ...