An employee's rate of pay is $36 per hour, with time-and-a-half for all hours worked in excess of 40 per week. The employee worked 45 hours during the week. The amount of the employee's gross pay for the week is:Group of answer choices $1,710$1,800$1,440$1,620 Which of the following taxes are employers usually not required to withhold from employees earnings?Group of answer choices Federal income taxMedicare taxFederal unemployment compensation taxState and local income tax

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An employee's rate of pay is $36 per hour, with time-and-a-half for all hours worked in excess of 40 per week. The employee worked 45 hours during the week. The amount of the employee's gross pay for the week is:

Group of answer choices
 
$1,710
$1,800
$1,440
$1,620
 

Which of the following taxes are employers usually not required to withhold from employees earnings?

Group of answer choices
 
Federal income tax
Medicare tax
Federal unemployment compensation tax
State and local income tax
 
 
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