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 What payroll taxes can the employer deduct?

Answer The law requires employers to deduct income taxes from employees' wages. The employer is also responsible for submitting the taxes to the government. The withholding amount depends on the type of t... Read More »
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How do i calculate employer payroll taxes in texas?

State Unemployment TaxFigure Texas unemployment tax based on the annual wage base and the state unemployment tax rate. According to the Texas Workforce, the 2010 taxable wage base is $9,000. The mi... Read More »
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Can i deduct my insurance premiums paid to an employer on my taxes?

On One Hand: No You Can'tIn most cases, employee contributions to group health plans are not tax deductible expenses. This is because they are generally bought with pre-tax dollars. In other words,... Read More »
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Payroll Tax & Employer Contribution?

The federal and state governments regulate payroll taxes. Federal payroll taxes are Social Security, Medicare, unemployment and income withholding. State payroll taxes include unemployment, disabil... Read More »
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Can my employer deduct money from my paycheck?

On One Hand: Legal DeductionsThere are some deductions from your paycheck which are legal under federal law. According to the California Department of Industrial Relations, employers can deduct any... Read More »
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