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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 ...

  • 2016 Payroll Tax Rates by State - ADP.com


    Jul 8, 2016 ... Access each state's 2016 payroll wage/tax information in an easy-to-read and
    printable format. Check back frequently for updates.

  • Payroll Tax Definition | Investopedia


    Governments use revenues from payroll taxes to fund programs such as Social
    Security, health care, unemployment compensation and workers compensation.

  • Understanding Employment Taxes - IRS.gov


    At the end of the year, you must prepare and file Form W-2, Wage and Tax
    Statement to report wages, tips and other compensation paid to an employee.

  • What Are Payroll Taxes? - AllLaw.com


    Most employers are required to withhold and pay income taxes on behalf of their

  • How Do I Calculate Payroll Taxes? [Update] - Payroll Blog


    Payroll taxes are federal, state and local taxes withheld from an employee's
    paycheck by the employer. These taxes consist of income taxes as well as Social

  • Policy Basics: Federal Payroll Taxes | Center on Budget and Policy ...


    Mar 23, 2016 ... The federal government levies payroll taxes on wages and self-employment
    income and uses most of the revenue to fund Social Security, ...

  • Payroll Tax Rates | Tax Policy Center


    Payroll Tax Rates. 1937 to 2016. application/pdf Download ssrate_historical.pdf
    ... Download ssrate_historical.xls (37.5 KB). January 10, 2016. Individual Taxes.

  • Free Payroll Tax Calculator: Free Paycheck Calculator


    Paycheck Manager's Free Payroll Calculator offers online payroll tax deduction
    calculation, federal income tax withheld, pay stubs, and more.

  • 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 ...