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Kalen O'Brien earned $730 this week, use the deductions given in the problem
information.
O'Brien's employer just received a garnishment order (credit card debt $3,500) against
her pay. Compute the following:
a. O
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4-5A
HOGAN THRIFT SHOP
PAYROLL REGISTER
NO. OF W/H
ALLOW.
December 19, 20 - DEDUCTIONS
(b)
CIT
(e)
NET
Unit 1: Introduction - Discussion
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review the Discussion Board Participation grading rubric on your course Syllabus. This
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Payroll Accounting, AB122-01
Term, 1503C
Instructor: Chuck Benson
Melinda Perez
September 14, 2015
Payroll Accounting has made me a stronger candidate to enter the business world. The way this
course has made me a stronger candidate to enter the business
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AC122 Unit 1 Discussion Question
Professional Development Activity
Go to the American Payroll Association's website at:
http:/www.americanpayroll.org
Explore the site and see what the Association has to offer. You should pay particular
attention to the in
The container store has core values a stated by Garrett Boone chairman and co- founder
How we hire:
1 average person = 3 lousy people,
1 good person = 3 average people,
1 great person = 3 good people
He stated that they only hire great people. They hold o
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2-2A
Rate
(a)
(b)
$2.13
$
x
Hours
40
=
Minimum
Weekly
Wages
$85.20
Minimum weekly wages
80.00
$
85.20
W
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