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Textbook Problem

Using the income tax withholding table in Figure 3, pages 293–294, for each employee of Miller Company, determine the net pay for the week ended January 21. Assume a Social Security tax of 6.2 percent and a Medicare tax of 1.45 percent. All employees have cumulative earnings, including this pay period, of less than $118,500. Assume that all employees are married.

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To determine

Compute the net pay for the week ended January 21 for Company M.

Explanation

Payroll:

Payroll refers to the total amount that is required to be paid by the company to its employees during a week, month or other period. It is the financial record of the wages and bonus, net pay, salary and deductions of a company’s employees.

Compute the net pay for the week ended January 21 for Company M.

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