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  1. Did you work for the payroll company? Usually...

    Did you work for the payroll company?

    Usually what happens when a company is using a payroll service - the check may be paid through their company (the payroll service) but when a check is not...
  2. To calculate "what if's" or states that you don't...

    To calculate "what if's" or states that you don't have the withholding book for... try using paycheckcity.com. It's very easy to use and FREE. You only have to register.
  3. No, you must withhold SS taxes on this employee. ...

    No, you must withhold SS taxes on this employee. It doesn't matter if he paid the taxes already himself, or other employers have already withheld the max on him. He can claim a credit when he files...
  4. Question: Tax exemption

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    Try using this site to calculate taxes --...

    Try using this site to calculate taxes -- paycheckcity.com. You can do "what if's" for claiming married or single with 0 or 1 exemptions so you can see what your check will look like.

    Federal -...
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    Hello Simon, What your company is withholding...

    Hello Simon,

    What your company is withholding is correct. Go to IRS.gov, look at the tax chart on page 37 - making 150.00 weekly or 300 bi-weekly the withholding amount for M-0 equals 0.00 then...
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    There is a payroll discussion board at...

    There is a payroll discussion board at payroll-taxes.com.
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    Normally when you take an early distribution your...

    Normally when you take an early distribution your employer will withhold 20% for federal withholding. A 10% penalty may apply. See IRS.gov publication 575
  8. Question: SS With holding

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    No, you can not spread it out. You are taxed on...

    No, you can not spread it out. You are taxed on the first 102,000.00 you make.
    Also, if you change jobs the social security tax starts over. If you over pay due to changing jobs, you can claim a...
  9. Question: Payroll taxes

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    Is it OK not to withhold... NO! You have to...

    Is it OK not to withhold... NO! You have to deduct according to the last tax form on file. In order to have no withholding they will have to submit new tax forms.
  10. Question: SUI Rates

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    Businesses that are just starting or are new to a...

    Businesses that are just starting or are new to a state will be assigned a new employer rate. You will use the new employer rate until you have been covered by the states unemployment insurance laws...
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    1. Your employer is withholding the correct...

    1. Your employer is withholding the correct taxes. Because you are working in NJ, they should withhold NJ SUI & SDI.

    2. Your are correct, the more exemptions you claim the withholding tax will...
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    Your correct that is one option to tax the bonus....

    Your correct that is one option to tax the bonus. The firm I work for when we tax bonus payments for staff, we add it to the regular check and tax according to the W4. It will put you in a higher...
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    Yes. For your state, the earnings are taxed up...

    Yes. For your state, the earnings are taxed up to the state limit. Let's say your employee made 5,000.00 for the year and the state limit is 8,000.00 so the taxes would be 5,000.00 x your...
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    There's a website that will calculate taxes for...

    There's a website that will calculate taxes for you. PaycheckCity.com - Employee Self-Service Tools To Better Manage Your Paycheck

    Hope this helps.
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    Usually firms take the easy way out and do a...

    Usually firms take the easy way out and do a separate check for bonus payments. According to IRS regs, compensation paid in addition to your regular wages (via a separate check) are taxed at the...
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    2001 Honda - radio reset

    I had service on my Honda and now I can't set my radio. I don't have the code number to enter. How can I get this withhout going to the dealer?

    Thanks.
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    I don't have your model but try this... check out...

    I don't have your model but try this... check out your hose - what happens if it gets a kink in it or is pushed up against the wall the water will not drain properly.

    I had a repair guy come out...
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