Questions tagged [payroll-taxes]

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Clarification on getting paid from a company which filed for Bankruptcy?

I work as an employee for a contracting firm which supplies IT labor resources for their (or) to another contracting firm's clients. As there is a 45 day holding period for the contract firm which i'...
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Is any of the income earned from P2P lending subject to Social Security or Medicare taxes

Income from P2P lending is reported on forms 1099-INT, 1099-B, 1099-MISC and 1099-OID. Are any of these earnings subject to Social Security or Medicare taxes in any way? I have heard from people they ...
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Salary increased 25% and tax withholdings increased 300%? Help with my W4

I've filled out the W4 five times now and keep getting a high number. At my old job, about $344 was withheld in my biweekly paychecks and my new job is withholding 4 times as much. My new salary: ...
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How are Canada Pension Plan payroll deductions paid by both employee and the company?

I am thinking on moving to Canada but I want to calculate what my salary would be after taxes. I am using the tax calculator at https://simpletax.ca/calculator but there's still one thing I can't wrap ...
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S-Corp Take Home Estimation

Looking for an estimation of what the take home (i.e. after taxes) would be from an S-Corp. Lets assume the following: The S-Corp has a single stock holder All other income is out of scope for this ...
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Taxes on an NY summer internship

I am a TN resident who will be doing a 12 week internship this summer in upstate NY. My salary is around 2.3k every two weeks. What would this be after taxes? Would my company take care of state and ...
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S Corp wages and FICA Form 1120s

Should preface this with this is my first time filing Form 1120s (s corp). Really wish I had not taken someones advice and created an LLC taxed as an S-Corp, but it's too late for that now.. Say that ...
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Over-collection of FICA (social security and medicare) taxes

I have been non-resident alien in the last year 2018, and I have switched to a new employer in the last few months of last year. Last month, I discovered that my new employer was collecting FICA (...
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What happens when a Roth 401(k) contribution interferes with payroll taxes?

I tried looking up this up on Google but there were too many irrelevant search results. I also perused through the Roth 401(k) Plan documents but was not able to find a section on this. My salary is ...
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HSA payroll contributions and additional .9% medicare tax

HSA contributions through payroll deductions are generally exempt from FICA withholding. Does this apply to the additional .9% medicare tax for income > 200k? For example, after reaching 200k in W-2 ...
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How do I calculate annual salary in case of salary split in a single month?

I am building a payroll system. My problem is if the employee's salary changes twice or thrice in a same month. If the: 1st period is x 2nd period is y then can I say annual income from 1st period ...
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Payroll contributions vs. Extra withholding: which one takes precedence?

Suppose I choose to make pre-tax payroll contributions to my 401(k) and/or HSA, of an amount that takes up most of my paycheck. I also selected on my W-4 form to make an extra tax withholding per ...
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Will the IRS return some of the taxes imposed at a higher level than normal on a severance payment?

Say a former employer pays out a lump-sum severance, and say that payment has taxes withheld at a higher than normal rate. Will the difference between that tax amount and my regular payroll tax rate ...
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Backdating employment start date

Is it possible to officially backdate my employment start date with HMRC? I have been working part time for my current employer since April 2018 and I have just found out from my employer that he hasn'...
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Social Security and Medicare taxes not withheld [duplicate]

I have been working with same employer in the US since the start of H-1B in 2016. I just noticed that my W2 shows no SS and Medicare paid by employer. Since I applied for a change of status from F1 ...
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With regards to a national insurance refund, what is my Work or Clock number?

So i got a letter from hmrc (UK tax) letting me know I'm due for a refund, and on one of the bits I need to fill out it asks me for my "Work or Clock number" for each job I've had during the tax year. ...
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Wage difference in pay period for same weekly hours worked

If I get paid biweekly, but missed a pay period, so get a check for four weeks instead, should not my net simply be double what I normally get for 2 weeks? They increased my tax deductions, so that ...
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Paying FICA taxes that employer forgot to withhold

My visa status changed from F1 to H1B in 2017, but my employer forgot to withold FICA taxes for me since the visa status change. (I'm a full-time employee who received a W2, and am not an independent ...
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Is it possible to run a non-profit organization that performs typically for-profit work?

I am based in the US, and I really like the idea of starting a non-profit organization that I can use to do good in charitable areas that I would like to contribute to. Unfortunately, one of my only ...
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LLC-SCorp to self - actually, does the corp pay payroll taxes?

In the USA. Here are the two common scenarios for the self-employed: A. Joe makes 100,000 over the year. It's paid to him as 1099 payments from his various clients. Joe pays the many taxes on that. ...
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Layman explanation of Withholding Allowance tax form

Hopefully this doesn't violate any rules, but I was hoping someone could explain this Withholding Allowance form to me in layman terms: https://dch.georgia.gov/sites/dch.georgia.gov/files/...
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Which form to use, 1040 ES or 941, for one member S corp quarterly tax?

I am a contractor, and want to form an LLC and select being treated as S corp (by 2553 form). I read online about federal quarterly payroll tax using form 1040 ES, but this article suggested to use ...
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What tax scale will my paycheck use?

I get paid on 05-Jan-2018 for the period ending 31-Dec-2017. Will that check reflect the new tax laws, or the old? What if the pay period straddles the calendar year?
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Do I need to pay medicare/social security as full-time employee but with a business on the side of which I'm the sole owner/employee?

I'm working full-time for a company, but I also have my own mobile app business on the side. Do all the regular self-employment rules apply to me? I'd like to take the money I make from my side ...
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Do I have to pay Medicare and Social Security taxes if I just have a work permit and not yet a green card?

I applied for a Green Card late July 2017. I just received my work permit few weeks ago. During this time where I am in between status am I exempt from Social Security and Medicare taxes? When I had ...
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Do I need to pay myself a salary if I switch from S-Corp employee to shareholder mid-year?

The company in question is an S-Corp. From 1/1 through 7/31, I worked as a W-2 employee for the company. During that time, the company was owned by a single person, who held 100% of the shares. I ...
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Can I live in Spain under a French contract?

Since July, I'm working remotely from Spain for a French company under a French contract. I'm Spanish, I've never lived in France. All of the salary related taxes are payed to the French government. ...
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Is insurance compensation for lost wages taxable (in the U.S.)?

Recently I was involved in an automobile accident. I missed some time from work and now have to take time off to go to physical therapy. Injury coverage from the auto insurance is compensating me for ...
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W-4 withholding options limited according to ADP

My employer recently switched to ADP for payroll and I want to select 'Married, but withhold at the higher single rate' for my W-4. That option isn't available on their ADP portal. And according to ...
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PayStub - What is Employee ID?

Would anyone be so kind to please explain what is Employee ID and where can I get this information online on my own? The term "on my own" means that I want to find this myself without asking/calling/...
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Several cents difference in the actual and calculated “Withholding Tax” values

I have decided to check/calculate my salary in a spreadsheet. All the numbers align correctly, except the federal Withholding Tax. I have tried to use the Schedule 15, and Schedule 15A (Tax year ...
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Will employer benefit from paying bonus to employee

I work for Company XYZ as consultant, but my work location is at client place as contractor. My employer that is Company XYZ, filed labor (LCA) for 100k, but as I work as contractor my pay depends on ...
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How to calculate Two-Earners Worksheet mid-year for W4

I've searched the internet for hours unable to find an answer to this question. My husband and I are adjusting our W4s now, several months into the year, to reflect that we got married. Because of ...
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Live in NY but work in California

Which state tax applies if your live in NY and work in California on a job that will be about 3 or 4 month long. Company is located in ILL. Will he pay NY taxes in the state he lives in?
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Why do I have to pay Medicare payroll deductions while I am retired if I am still working?

If I am retired for the last 5 years, and I have Medicare, why do I still have to pay Medicare payroll deductions if I continue working?
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US-EU dual citizen working for US non-profit while living in Ireland or UK?

I am a full-time, salaried employee for a US non-profit based in Virginia, where I currently reside. I have citizenship of the United States and now citizenship of Italy (by descent). My fiance (soon ...
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Payroll tax on wheat given as wages

We have a farm in the US, with an employee paid with wheat rather than money. He is an ordinary employee that receives a W2. My accountant said that we don't have to withhold income tax or pay either ...
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Should I include pre-tax deductions when filling out my W-4?

I have pre-tax IRA and HSA deductions taken from my paycheck. When filling out line 4 of the Deductions and Adjustments Worksheet on form W-4 should I include these amounts, or are pre-tax deductions ...
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Can I be employed as a permanent employee but be payed as a contractor (UK)?

A few years ago, I set up a limited company... Because I wanted to become a contractor. Because I want to work for myself with a steady source of income (long term). At the time of setting up the ...
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How do I calculate my W-4 deductions when I want to keep $145 more of each paycheck?

I am having a hard time figuring out how to add $145 to each check using my W4 form. My refund is usually pretty decent and I could really use half of that amount during the year instead, about $3500. ...
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I had payroll deductions taken post-tax instead of pre-tax. What should I do?

Due to a paperwork mixup of my own doing (incorrectly added her as a domestic partner), a year's worth of insurance premiums paid on behalf of my wife were deducted post-tax instead of pre-tax. The ...
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UK LLC dissolved but PAYE not closed - how to remedy?

I used to have a UK LLC which I dissolved as it ceased trading. I believe I informed HMRC about this and submitted final accounts and a CT600. However, I did not do anything about PAYE (I just ...
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Would I make more if paid weekly instead of monthly? [duplicate]

If my paycheck for my first week looked like this: Period Start 7/1/2016 Period End 7/31/2016 Total Hours 40 Net Pay $1,419.32 And, if my paycheck for my first month looked like this: Period ...
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Simple Tax Question Regarding Bonus Payment

I was recently inadvertently given two different bonus payments by my employer. Both had taxes, etc withheld. Now (as expected) I've received an email from HR "apologizing" and informing me that I ...
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I am in a high paying summer internship in WA, but I feel I am being overtaxed [duplicate]

I am about halfway through a 3 month summer internship in Bellevue, WA. My pre-tax bi-monthly paychecks are ~$3000 (6k/mo). However, I pay ~$815 in taxes each paycheck. This comes to about 27% in ...
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Taxed by paycheck or salary?

My company is implementing a review/raise structure where everyone has their review over a 2 month period (July 1st - August 31st). Everyone then receives their raises on August 31st, backdated from ...
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Does an employee have the right to pay the federal and state taxes themselves instead of having employer doing it?

I was wondering if a W-2 employee has the option to tell their employer that they will pay their taxes instead of having the employer do it....
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How do payroll-deducted taxes get sent to the IRS?

What do employers do with the money they've withheld from you before they get sent in? Where do they deposit it?
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Employer withheld FICA tax and now issuing a W2c form. Is it needed for filing tax returns?

My employer withheld FICA taxes and generated a W-2 based on it. I see the error and report it to them. Now they are refunding the FICA taxes and will issue a W-2c. They tell me I can proceed and ...
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This is my pay stub. Am I paying too much?

I have decided to make this post on behalf of a close friend. He is a young professional working in San Francisco and making ~ 132K USD per year paid in biweekly fashion. Single and he doesn't own a ...