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COMPUTING FEDERAL INCOME TAX Using the table in Figure 8-4 on pages 288 and 289, determine the amount of federal income tax an employer should withhold weekly for employees with the following marital status, earnings, and withholding allowances:

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Ascertain the amount of federal income tax an employer should withhold weekly for employees with the following marital status, earnings, and withholding allowances.

Explanation

Income tax withholding:

Under federal law, the employer is required to withhold a certain amount from the total earnings of the employer. The amounts that are withheld by the employer are applied to the payment of the employee’s federal income tax.

Calculate the federal income tax an employer should withhold weekly for employees with the following marital status, earnings, and withholding allowances.

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