a consecutive 12 month period for financial record keeping following either a fiscal year
inspection of records to determine compliance and to detect fraud
place to record checks that have been written
indicates to whom a check was issued in what amount and on what date
Federal Insurance Contributions Act; the law that established Social Security and that mandates Social Security tax payments and benefits.
federal unemployment tax
tax is used to finance all administrative expenses of the federal/state unemployment insurance system and federal costs in evolved in extended benefits
the amount of money earned by an employee before taxes are withheld
Internal revenue service
a federal agency that regulates and enforces various taxes
a statement of debt owed; a bill
amounts the practice owes
the amount of money an employee is paid after all taxes are withheld
a document that accompanies a supply order and lists the enclosed items.
the process of calculating employee salary
method for keeping track of payroll data using the pegboard system
statement of income and expenditures; shows whether in a given period a business made or lost money and how much
a document that lists that lists that required items to be purchased
any report that provides a summary of activities, such as a payroll report or a profit-and -loss statement.
not initiating certain medical treatments