Lesson 5: Honey, They Shrunk My Paycheck
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adjusted gross income
the sum of everything an individual earns in a year, minus deductions for taxes and benefits.
employee claimed exemptions which tell an employer how much income tax to withhold from the employee's paycheck to pay over to the IRS; also called "withholding allowance".
a monetary exemption that reduces the amount of income tax due.
the sum of everything an individual earns in a year before any deductions are taken.
Internal Revenue Service
"IRS"; The U.S. government agency responsible for collecting income taxes and enforcing the federal tax laws.
the federal healthcare entitlement program for people aged 65 or older.
Old age, survivor and disability insurance; aka Social Security; how the Social Security tax deduction is designated on a paystub.
notice to an employee of the direct deposit of their paycheck; can be attached to a paycheck and includes details of .compensation, tax withholding and deductions.
an amount that must be paid monthly, quarterly or yearly for health, life or other insurance.
an IRS requirement that an employer deduct income taxes from an employee's pay and pay it over to the government.
IRS form an employee receives from their employer showing the amount of the employee's total earnings and withholdings for the year.
IRS form an employee gives to their employer telling the employer how much money to withhold from the employee's paycheck for federal income taxes.
IRS form that individuals use to complete and file their annual income tax return.
IRS form an employer uses to report a freelancer's annual earnings to the IRS at the end of the year.
Personal Finance obj 4.01
Personal Finance 4.01
Lesson 18: Resolving Insolvency
Lesson 17: How to Lose it All..
Lesson 16: Share with Care!
Lesson 15: Protect What You've Earned
Lesson 14: The Beauty of the Budget
Lesson 1: Getting Personal: You and Your Money
Lesson 2: Battle of the Banks
Lesson 3: A Job That Pays