Which of the following is true regarding payroll tax deposits?
What benefits can be provided in a section 125 cafeteria plan?
If you need very rapid response time with minimal lag between input and output into your computer system, look for:
A retired safety inspector for the company was rehired as a consultant when the company expanded its plant operations. the retired employee was a natural choice. the tasks he undertook as a consultant were the same as the ones he performed before retirement. paid monthly, he has agreed to work under the direction of his old boss until the new plantfacilitates are fully operational? What is his status?
When does an exempt W4 expire?
All of the following types of records can be combined with payroll data in an integrated system except:
An exempt employee under the FLSA is exempt from:
All of the following are reasons payroll keeps records except:
An employee earns $1,000 weekly. his deductions are $174 for federal income tax, $62 for social security tax, and $14.50 for medicare tax. He is not supporting another family and has never been in arrears in his child support payments. What is the maximum child support payment that can be withheld from his wages?
A company is a monthly depositer for 2020. on payday, the company accumulates apayroll tax liability of $101,000. the payroll tax deposits for this liability must be made:
Payroll documentation accomplishes all of the following goals EXCEPT:
When an employee lives and works in the same state, the employer withholds income tax for that state.
An employee is married with one child. His beginning salary is $1,000 semimonthly. because of an unexpected business trip, the employee fails to submit a 2020 form W4 by his first payday. what withholding status must the employer use for his first paycheck?
In 2020, an employer must pay social security tax on an employees wages up to:
Payroll documentation accomplishes all of the following EXCEPT:
FUTA taxes of more than $500 on wages paid in the first quarter must be deposited no later than:
A waitress is paid $2.25 per hour and she receives $225 in tips during the week. She works 4o hours per week. Which of the following is true?
A semiweekly depositor has a liability of $79,000 from Weds payday and a liability of $50,000 from Friday's payday. The deposit is due by the:
An employer maintains its employee master file in computer files. which of the following statements is true?
All of the following types of compensation are included in calculating an employees regular rate of pay for overtime purposes except:
An employee was recently married. the employer pays on the 15th and last day of every month. on June 10, the employee submitted a revised W4. When must you change the amount of his withholding?
All of the following are payroll control procedures EXCEPT:
What authority controls the frequency with which employees must be paid?
When system generated tools do not agree to batch control totals, what must occur?
Which of the following is the best method of guarding against phantom employees?
An employee was sick the last week in december. his paycheck, dated dec 31, 2020 was held for him until he returned to work on Jan 6, 2021. these wages are taxable:
What advantages does a payroll checking account provide?
All of the following types of employees are classified as exempt from the FLSAs min wage and OT requirements except:
A receptionist has agreed to work afternoons at the company until the company can find a full time replacement. what is the receptionists status?
When an employee begins to receive social security benefits, the employer no longer needs to withhold social security and medicare taxes.
Which of the following types of accumulators, which one accumulates values over a period of time?
Which tax withholidng method uses the average earnings for one pay period to determine the withholding per pay period?
Internal control procedures include all of the following except:
Last month, an employee emailed her mother on the company's email, photocopied fliers for her church picnic at work and used her work computer to update her resume. These services represent:
When paying supplemental wages, when must the aggregate withholding method be used?
If a state wage and hour law requires that a nonexempt employee be paid an overtime premium when the employee works more than 8 hours in a day and the employee works the following schedule, how many overtime hours must the employee be paid?
Would each of the following entries be posted in the account as a debit (DR) or credit (CR)?
All of the following deductions are involuntary deductions EXCEPT: