is a record containing all of the payroll information related to an employee
are the employee's year-to-date gross earnings, or the employee's gross earnings from the beginning of the year through the end of each pay period.
is a form given to each employee at the end of the year and contains a summary of the income you earned for the year and all amounts the employer withheld for taxes.
Federal Unemployment Tax Acts (FUTA) or State Unemployment Tax Act (SUTA)
is a percentage of employees' gross earnings paid by employers for unemployment.
Federal Tax Deposit Coupon (Form 8109)
is a form prepared by the employer to send in FICA and federal income taxes to the federal government.
Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS)
is a means of transferring federal taxes electronically to the U.S. Government
is used to report the employer's unemployment (state and federal) taxes.
is a form used by the employer to report quarterly taxes consisting of both FICA and federal
are taxes levied on a variety of goods and services collected at the time of the sale
is one which the more a person earns, the greater the percentage of tax the person pays.
is one which all people pay the same dollar amount, but the percentage of the tax declines as the tax bases rises.
is levied on specific commodities, such as tobacco, tires, or liquor.
is a tax on items coming into a country.
is a limit on the quantity of a product that may enter a country.
is a tax on real estate or personal property; the largest source of revenue for most local governments.
Personal property Tax
is a tax on such items as furniture, machinery, and equipment.
is a levied by the federal government on property transferred from deceased people to their heirs.
is one paid by the heir who receives property from a deceased person's estate.
is on a gift of money or property to be paid by the giver, not the receiver, of the gift.