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Warrenda Spuhn, a sales representative, earns an annual salary of $34,500 and receives a commission on that portion of her annual sales that exceeds $150,000. The commission is 9.5% on all sales up to $50,000 above the quota. Beyond that amount, she receives a commission of 12%. Her total sales for the past year were $315,000. Compute: a. The regular annual salary................................................................................................. $ _______ b. The commission............................................................................................................... _______ c. The total annual earnings................................................................................................. $ _______

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PAYROLL ACCT., 2019 ED.(LL)-TEXT

19th Edition
BIEG
Publisher: CENGAGE L
ISBN: 9781337619783
Chapter 2, Problem 20PB
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Warrenda Spuhn, a sales representative, earns an annual salary of $34,500 and receives a commission on that portion of her annual sales that exceeds $150,000. The commission is 9.5% on all sales up to $50,000 above the quota. Beyond that amount, she receives a commission of 12%. Her total sales for the past year were $315,000. Compute:

  1. a. The regular annual salary................................................................................................. $ _______
  2. b. The commission............................................................................................................... _______
  3. c. The total annual earnings................................................................................................. $ _______

a.

To determine

Calculate the regular annual salary for WS.

Explanation of Solution

Regular earnings: Generally, employees in a firm work in pre-determined hours (40 hours) and get paid accordingly. The amount of earnings that is calculated based on predetermined hours is called as regular earnings of an employee.

Calculate the regular annual salary for WS...

b.

To determine

Calculate the commission for WS.

c.

To determine

Calculate the total annual earnings for WS.

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