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Textbook Problem

Marital Withholding Gross Combined
Employee Status Allowances Pay Period Earnings Withholding
18.Reese, S. M 4 Weekly $1,172

To determine

To calculate: The combined tax withheld from the paycheck of a married employee Reese, S. claiming four withholding allowances and gross earnings $1,172 in weekly pay period by use of combined wage bracket table.

Explanation

Given Information:

A married employee Reese, S. claiming four withholding allowances and gross earnings $1,172 weekly.

Formula used:

The formula to calculate combined tax and withholding allowances is given below,

Step 1: To find the combined tax withheld from the paycheck of employee, refer exhibit 9-3, to choose the range of earnings of Reese, S. and corresponding to that row of earnings or wages choose the column claiming four withholding allowances.

Step 2: The intersection of both, the earnings and corresponding column of withholding allowances claimed gives the combined tax that should be withheld for employee Reese, S.

Calculation:

The provided information is,

A married employee Reese, S...

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