   Chapter 9.II, Problem 10RE ### Contemporary Mathematics for Busin...

8th Edition
Robert Brechner + 1 other
ISBN: 9781305585447

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Section ### Contemporary Mathematics for Busin...

8th Edition
Robert Brechner + 1 other
ISBN: 9781305585447
Textbook Problem

# Use the percentage method of income tax calculation to complete the following payroll roster. Employee Marital Status Withholding Allowances Pay Period Gross Earnings Income Tax Withholding White, W. S 0 Semimonthly $1,227 ______ To determine To calculate: The income tax of a single employee White, W. with no withholding allowances and gross earnings$1,227 in semimonthly pay period by use of percentage method.

Explanation

Given Information:

A single employee White, W. with zero withholding allowances and gross earnings $1,227 in semimonthly pay period. Formula used: The formula to calculate income tax of a single employee White, W. in semimonthly pay period with gross earnings$1,227and zero withholding allowances is given below,

Step 1: Refer exhibit 9-1, the total withholding allowances amount for Randolph, B. is obtained by multiplying one withholding allowance amount $76, to number of claimed withholding allowances. Step 2: Subtract the total withholding allowances amount from gross earnings to get Randolph, B. wages amount due to federal income tax. Step 3: Refer exhibit 9-2, table 1(b), and wages amount to find the amount of income tax withheld for Randolph, B. in weekly pay period. Calculation: The provided information is, A single employee White, W. with gross earnings$1,227 and zerowithholding allowances in semimonthly pay period.

Refer exhibit 9-1 and by the above formula in semimonthly pay period. Then the total allowance withheld is given below,

Total withholding allowance=one withholding allowance amount×number of claimed allowance=$164.60×0=$0

The wages amount or taxable income of White, W

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