Decoding Your W2 Forms | Part 2: Boxes 10 through 20
It’s good to understand how your paychecks are reflected in your W2. This is the second of a two-part series, in which we'll take an in-depth look at the information on W2 forms.
Decoding Your W2 Forms with a Payroll Expert | Part 1: Boxes 1 through 9
Personal taxes are intimidating, which is why we're doing our best to simplify the parts that matter most. It’s good to understand how your paychecks are reflected in your W2, so in this two-part series, we’re going to take an in-depth look at the information on W2 forms.
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How to Decide the Best Business Structure for You
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How are Payroll Taxes Calculated? – State Disability Insurance
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How are Payroll Taxes Calculated? – State Income Taxes
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How are Payroll Taxes Calculated? – Social Security and Medicare
Some big amounts that come out of our paychecks are for Social Security and Medicare taxes. How are they calculated? Read on for a complete guide.