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Pennsylvania Payroll Guide, 2006 ed.


Pennsylvania payroll guide, 2006 ed.

McKenna, Patrick J.

Aspen Publishers, Inc.



Loose-leaf Pages in a Ring Binder


This massive guide (it's 11.75x11.75" and 4" tall, in a three-ring binder) provides a comprehensive source for Pennsylvania tax and nontax payroll laws that will be essential for those who work in payroll, human resources, tax, and related areas of employment. As needed, federal laws are discussed as well, particularly where they differ from the state. There are chapters on Pennsylvania state income tax and its unemployment tax; the taxes for Philadelphia, Pittsburg, and Scranton; earned income tax, and emergency and municipal services tax. The text includes a chart with all municipality and school district rates and tax collector information and a table converting ZIP code to municipality. Each chapter begins with an overview of the topic and includes tips, forms, and planning strategies to assist the employer.

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