Payroll PRTAXMNT Help - Elliott Business Software



State/City Tax Code File Maintenance

State/City Tax Code File Maintenance

Application Overview

 

State/City Tax Code File application allows the user to enter all information connected with the State and City Tax codes so that state withholding, city with­holding, and other state tax costs can be calculated automatically for each employee during the Calculate Payroll application.  The user also defines the General Ledger account numbers used for automatically posting withheld tax amounts to the proper General Ledger accounts, as well as all data concerning worker's compensation premiums, on a state‑by‑state basis.

 

First Screen

 

The first screen appears differently for a State Tax code than for a City Tax code.  Only the first seven fields appear if the entry is for a City Tax code.  In this case, the tax liability account is for CWT.  For a state code, the tax liability account is for SWT.  Also, there are entries for State Unemployment Insurance (SUI) and other state tax (OST).  (NOTE:  In California, as in some other states, this state tax is SDI [State Disability Insurance]).

 

Second Screen

 

The second screen only appears for a state code and defines the data necessary to calculate the worker's compensation premium, as may be shown on the Worker's Compensation Report (accessible from the Employee Reports application).  Since worker's compensation regulations vary from state to state, the scheme used here is a fairly general one, which should handle most state's requirements.  However, it is conceiv­able that some minor programming modifications may be necessary to handle particular states.  See the section of the Package Overview entitled Worker's Compensation for complete details of how worker's compensa­tion is handled.

 

The labor and industry code section in this manual should also be considered as an alternative to the general approach used in this section.

 

Third And Fourth Screens

 

These screens appear for both a state code and city code.  They are used to define a method and a table for calculating state withholding tax or city withholding tax for a given State or City Tax code.

 

Any particular State or City Tax code may have up to 36 different tables associated with it (limited only by the range of values that can be entered for the one‑character Table Id).  In practice, no state or city will have more than three such tables in order to cover all possible situations.

 

Screen 3 defines the method of calculation for the entered Table ID, as well as several parameters needed for this calculation.

 

Screen 4 defines a single, annual, table for this Table Id.  The table has the same format as the Federal Withholding Tables entered in Pay­roll Setup, except that it allows for 16 entries in the table instead of 8.  It is an annual table, just as in the federal case, and is obtained from the latest State Tax Circular or City Tax Circular for that state or city.

 

The calculation methods available through the scheme used here are very flexible and should adequately handle all states and cities, with very few exceptions. For examples of how to use these tables for various states, as well as more details on the calculation method used see the Package Overview section entitled State and City Tax Calculations.

 

 

Run Instructions

 

Select State/City Tax Code File from the pull down PR Maintenance window.  The following screen will then be displayed:

 

 

State/City Tax Code File Entry Screen

 

The following options are available:

 

  • Select the desired mode from the State/City Tax Code File menu bar
  • Enter the data requested on the screen
  • The worker's compensation screen is only displayed for a State Tax code.  Also, in add mode, when you are at the point of entering the separate tax tables for the state or city, you will be allowed to enter as many tables as you wish, until the ESC or F10 key is pressed in response to the Table ID field.
  • In change and delete modes, the tables will be displayed one after another until all tables have been displayed or until you press the ESC or F10 key for the Table ID.
  • The delete mode works somewhat differently than the delete mode on a standard file, since each table is contained in a sepa­rate record.  After you enter the first two fields on the first screen, the entire first screen entries for that State or City code will be displayed.  If this is the code you want, you will be asked OK To Delete This Code?. If you answer Y, then all data associated with this tax code will be deleted, including all tax tables currently on file.  If you answer N, you will then be asked, Do You Wish To Delete A Table For This Code?  If you answer Y, then the tables for this code will be displayed in order and you will be asked for each:  OK To Delete This Table?  Answer this question Y or N as desired.
  • When List option is selected, the program will print a list of all codes that are on file, including all tables.  There is no selection screen for this function.

 

To return to the menu bar, press the ESC or F10 key. To leave this application, press X for EXIT when positioned at the menu bar.

 

Entry Field Descriptions

First Screen

 

Name

Type and Description

1.  State Or City?

1 alphabetic character.

 

Valid values are:

 

S   =  State

C   =  City

2.  Tax Code

2 alphanumeric characters.

 

For a state, this should correspond to the usual postal code for the state (though this is not required).

 

For a city, it should be some two‑character abbreviation of the city name.

 

Press the F7 key to search for tax code.

3.  Description

30 alphanumeric characters.

 

This would be the full state or city name.

 

4.  Tax Rpt Id No

15 alphanumeric characters.

 

This is the number assigned to the employer by the state or city for purposes of identification on remittances and tax returns.

5.  Tax Liab Acct

An account number in the standard account number format.

 

This account is the state (SWT) or city (CWT) taxes payable account to which posting of the amount withheld occurs.

 

Pressing the F7 key will allow you to search for an account by number or pressing the F8 key will allow you to search for an account by description.

6.  Supp Earn W/H %

5 numeric digits with 3 decimal places (99.999).

 

Some states and cities allow an alternative method of calculating withholding tax on supplemental earnings (such as bonuses, commissions, etc.), which is a flat percentage of the supplemental earnings amount.  If this is the case, enter the percent here.  If zero is entered, then all supplemental earnings will be taxed in the same way as regular wages.

7.  Tax Ot/Spec Wage As

     Suppl Earn?

Y or N.

 

If your state requires that Ot and special pay, without regular pay, be taxed by the supplemental pay percentage, answer Yes to this question. If answered Yes and there is no regular pay, the supplemental, overtime, and special pay will be added together and the flat percentage rate will be taken.

 


NOTE:  Fields 8 through 17 are requested for state codes only.

 

Name

Type and Description

8.  Sui Percent

5 numeric digits with 3 decimal places (99.999).

 

This is the State Unemployment Insurance (SUI) percent of taxable wages that the employer is required to pay.  It is not withheld from the employee's salary.

9.  Sui Maximum $

8 numeric digits with 2 decimal places (999,999.99).

 

This is the maximum amount of places of an employee's wages to which the percent in 7 above applies.

 

10.  Sui Exp Acct

An account number in the standard account number format.

 

This should be the main account number for the SUI expense account.  When payroll checks are posted, the SUI amount for each employee is calculated and this amount is posted as a debit to an expense account and as a credit to a liability account.  The expense account number is obtained by using this SUI main account number and using the subaccount number from the for the SUI expense and using the subaccount number of the employee's wage account, which has been defined in the Employee File.

 

If you do not wish this automatic posting to occur, then leave this field blank.

 

Pressing the F7 key will allow you to search for an account by number or pressing the F8 key will allow you to search for an account by description.

11.  Sui Liab Acct

An account number in the standard account number format.

 

This is the liability account that counterbalances the expense account of the previous field.  If no entry was made for field 9 above, then this field will be skipped.

 

Pressing the F7 key will allow you to search for an account by number or pressing the F8 key will allow you to search for an account by description.

12.  Ost Percent

5 numeric digits with 3 decimal places (99.999).

 

Enter the current percent of taxable gross pay that is required to be withheld from the employee for other state tax, if any.  (An example of this would be State Disability Insurance.)

13.  Ost Maximum $

8 numeric digits with 2 decimal places (999,999.99).

 

This is the maximum amount of an employee's taxable wages to which the percent in 11 above applies.

14.  Ost Liab Acct

An account number in the standard account number format.

 

This is the liability account to which all amounts withheld for OST are posted automatically, during the posting of payroll checks or manual payroll transactions.


 

14.  Ost Liab Acct (continued)

Pressing the F7 key will allow you to search for an account by number or pressing the F8 key will allow you to search for an account by description.

15.  Ost Max Per Pay

6 numeric digits with 3 decimal places (999.999).

 

This is the maximum that can be deducted from the employee's pay in a given period.  If your state does not have a maximum limit, leave the field blank.

16.  Minimum Wage

5 numeric digits with 3 decimal places (99.999).

 

This field is used for information purposes only and applies only to states.  It is not necessarily the same as the federal minimum wage that is stored in Payroll Setup.

17.  L and I Code

6 alphanumeric characters.

 

Enter the Labor and Industry code to be used during calculation of this state tax.  If your state does not use L and I codes, leave the field blank.

Second Screen

 

This screen is only displayed for state codes and applies solely to worker's compensation for the state.

 

Name

Type and Description

1.  Calculation Method

1 alphabetic character.

 

Valid values are:

 

H   =  Hourly Rates

P   =  Percent of Wages

 

This is the method by which the worker's compensation premium is calculated on an employee‑by‑employee basis.  Each employee record contains a rate field for worker's compensation.  If the current field is H, this rate represents a certain number of dollars per hour (or part) worked.  If the current field is P, this rate represents a percentage of the employee's taxable earnings.

 

2.  Anniversary Date

A date in the standard date format.

 

This is the anniversary, or start date, of the Worker's Compensation Insurance policy for this state.

3.  Maximum Amount

8 numeric digits with 2 decimal places (999,999.99).

 

Some states only require that the worker's compensation premium be paid on an individual employee's wages or hours up to a maximum.  If this is the case, enter the maximum wages or hours here.

 

NOTE:  Each employee must be specified individually as being eligible or subject to this amount cut‑off.  If an employee is not so specified, then the premium will be calculated on all wages or hours anyway.

 

You specify whether or not an employee is eligible for this maximum cut‑off in field 43 on screen 1 of the Employee File application.

 

NOTE:  The period covered by this maximum amount is the same as the accumulation period defined in the next field. 

4.  Accumulation Period

1 alphabetic character.

 

Valid values are:

 

P   =  Period (as defined in this package‑usually a month)

Q   =  Quarter

Y   =  Calendar Year

A   =  Anniversary Year

 

The wages or hours subject to worker's compensation will be accumulated for each employee in an accumulator in the Employee File. The current field specifies when and how this accumulator is to be cleared.  If this field is P, Q or Y, then the accumulator will be cleared whenever the Clear PTD Totals, Clear QTD Totals, or Clear YTD Totals applications (respectively) are run.  If this field is A, then the user will be allowed to clear the accumulator when the Worker's Compensation Report is printed, but only if the current date is on or after the anniversary date, (which is defined in field 2) and only if the date the accumulators were last cleared was before the anniversary date in the current year.

 

4.  Accumulation Period (continued)

The Worker's Compensation Report calculates the premium based on the accumulated wages or hours in the Employee File application.

5.  Experience Modifier

5 numeric digits with 2 decimal places (999.99).

 

This is a state‑assigned number and represents a percentage to multiply the calculated worker compensation premium by, based on past experience of claims by employees, in order to get the final value of the premium due.  This defaults to 100% on initial entry. 

6.  Expense Account

Up to 5 alphanumeric characters.

 

This field has the same significance as the SUI Expense Account.  This should be the main account number for the Worker's Compensation expense account.

 

If it is blank, no automatic posting of the worker's compensation premium will be done during payroll check posting.  Otherwise, the calculated premium amounts will automatically be posted to the G/L Distribution file.

 

Pressing the F7 key will allow you to search for an account by number or pressing the F8 key will allow you to search for an account by description.

7.  Liability Account

An account number in the standard account number format.

 

This is the credit (liability) account corresponding to the debit (expense) account in the previous field.

 

Pressing the F7 key will allow you to search for an account by number or pressing the F8 key will allow you to search for an account by description.

8.  Calculate On

    Reg/Base/All Pay

1 alphabetic character.

 

This field determines if the tax code calculation will be based on regular pay, all pay at the base rate, or all pay.

 

Valid entries are:

 

B   =  All Pay Using Base Rate

R   =  Regular Pay Only

A   =  All Pay(Default)

 
Third Screen

 

This is one of the two screens required to fully define one tax calcu­lation method (or table) for a city or for a state.  Withholding taxes are calculated on annual wages, so all amounts entered here should be the annual amounts allowed.

 

Name

Type and Description

1.  Table Id

1 alphanumeric character.

 

This defines the particular table within the state or city.  The appropriate Table ID is entered into each employee's record so that the Calculate Payroll application knows which table it must use for each employee.

2.  Description

30 alphanumeric characters.

 

This is simply a description of the table or method, such as:  Ohio‑Head‑Of‑

Household.

3.  Calculation Method

1 alphabetic character.

 

Valid values are:

 

D   =  Directly on Earnings

P   =  Percentage of FWT

S   =  Percentage of SWT (applies only to city codes)

O   =  Other (applies to Oklahoma state only

 

Directly on earnings means that the employee's taxable gross pay is used in conjunction with the state or city tables and percents to calcu­late the state withholding tax amount. The Percentage of Federal Withholding means the state or city withholding tax amount is a percentage of the federal withholding tax amount, and likewise for Percentage of State Withholding.

 

If you have selected O (other) for calculation method (see State Tax Code:  Ok Oklahoma State Tax Table) to load screen 3 and 4 information and ignore the following instructions for screens 3 and 4.

 

When you enter the state or city withholding table on the next screen, the percents will be taken on either taxable earnings or on federal withholding tax or on state withholding tax, depending on your response here.

 

4.  % of Fwt to Deduct

5 numeric digits with 2 decimal places (999.99).

 

If the state or city allows you to adjust an employee's gross pay by a percent of the employee's federal withholding tax, enter the percent here.  It may be 100.00%.

5.  Ded for Fica W/H ?

Y or N.

 

If the state or city allows you to adjust an employee's gross pay by the amount of FICA withheld, answer Y.  Otherwise, answer N.

6.  Std Ded % Grs Pay

6 numeric digits with 3 decimal places (999.999).

 

If the state or city allows a standard adjustment to taxable gross pay prior to the calculation of the tax amount, and if this adjustment is computed as a percent of taxable gross pay, enter this percentage here.  Note that this field has three decimal places.

7.  Adjustment to Std Ded

6 numeric digits with 2 decimal places (9,999.99).

 

After the percent in field 6 above is applied to the gross pay, this is the annual amount (if any) to subtract from this calculated amount to get the final standard (annual) deduction.

8.  Min Std Ded Amt

6 numeric digits with 2 decimal places (9,999.99).

 

If you entered a standard adjustment percent in field 6, and if the state or city furthermore specifies a minimum adjustment amount, enter that amount here.  This must be the annualized amount in cases where there is a choice of amounts, depending on the length of the pay period.

 

If, during the calculation of the employee's taxable gross pay, the program determines that the adjustment to gross pay resulting from the standard percent is less than this minimum amount, then this minimum standard deduction amount will be used instead.

9.  Max Std Ded Amt

6 numeric digits with 2 decimal places (9,999.99).

 

Same as for field 8 above, except this is the maximum adjustment amount the state or city will allow.  Again, it must be the annual value.

 

9.  Max Std Ded Amt (continued)

NOTE:  If your state or city uses a fixed adjustment amount, then enter this amount for both the minimum and the maximum.

10.  Yearly W/H Allowance

6 numeric digits with 2 decimal places (9,999.99).

 

This is the value of a single withholding exemption. If the employee record has a dollar amount for the Exemptions for SWT or CWT (rather than a number), it is this dollar amount that is used for the allowance, as is, and the number in the current field of this state or city table is ignored.

11.  Credit Per Exemption

5 numeric digits with 2 decimal places (999.99).

 

After the annual SWT or CWT has been calculated using the above field, and the table in the next screen, this field is multiplied by the number of exemptions for SWT or CWT as specified on the employee record, and the result is subtracted from the annual tax to arrive at the final annual withholding tax value.  If a dollar amount rather than a number was entered for the SWT or CWT exemptions on the employee record, or a non‑zero tax credit amount was entered there, then this field is ignored.

12.  Max Wages For Std

      Deduction

4 numeric digits (9,999).

 

*This applies to Oklahoma state only.

13.  Max Fwt To Deduct

7 numeric digits with 2 decimal places (99,999.99).

 

If your state permits deduction of Federal Taxes from annual wages, the amount entered here will be the maximum amount of Federal Tax to be deducted from your employees annual wages prior to state withholding tax calculations.  For example, if a given employee has annual wages of $15,000.00 and the Federal Withholding Tax is $1500.00, then his annual base pay would be $13,500.00.. (ie 15,000.00-1500=13,500.00).

 


Fourth Screen

 

This is the actual table used to calculate the withholding tax, after the employee's annual taxable wages have been calculated.  It is in the same format as the tables used to calculate federal withholding tax on the Payroll Setup, but has 16 lines instead of 7 lines. The significance of each value entered is the same as that for the corre­sponding values on the federal tables.

 

The first field of the first line should always be zero.  If the table uses less than 16 lines, enter zero for all values on all unused lines.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Date filled out __________ by ___________  ADD   CHANGE   DELETE

Page 1 of 4

 

                                     

           STATE/CITY TAX CODES FILE MAINTENANCE LOAD SHEET

 

 1.  State or City       _   S = State   C = City

 

 2.  Tax Code            _ _

 

 3.  Description        

            _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

 

 4.  Tax ID Number       _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

 

 5.  Tax Liability Acct  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

 

 6.  Supplemental Earn

     W/H %               _ _ . _ _ _

 

 7.  Tax Ot/Spec Wage

     As Suppl Earn ?     _

 

 8.  SUI Percent         _ _ . _ _ _

 

 9.  SUI Max Dollars     _ _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _

 

10.  SUI Expense Acct    _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

 

11.  SUI Liability Acct  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

 

12.  Other State Tax %   _ _ . _ _ _

 

13.  Other State Tax

     Max Dollars         _ _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _

 

14.  Other State Tax

     Liability Acct      _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ -  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

 

15.  OST Maximum Per Pay _ _ _._ _ _

 

16.  Minimum Wage        _ _ . _ _ _

 

17.  L and I Code        _ _ _ _ _ _

 

 

 

 

 

 

Date filled out __________ by ___________      ADD     CHANGE   DELETE

Page 4 of 4

 

 

           STATE/CITY TAX CODES FILE MAINTENANCE LOAD SHEET

                            TABLE SCREEN II

 

 

        OVER                    TAX AMOUNT            PERCENT OF EXCESS

 

 1.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

 2.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

 3.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

 4.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

 5.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

 6.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

 7.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

 8.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

 9.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

10.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

11.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

12.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

13.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

14.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

15.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

16.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

 

 

 

 

 

Date entered _______ by _______  Date verified ________ by ________

 

 

 

 

 

Date filled out __________ by ___________      ADD     CHANGE   DELETE

Page 3 of 4

 

           STATE/CITY TAX CODES FILE MAINTENANCE LOAD SHEET

                            TABLE SCREEN I

 

 

 

 1.  Table ID              _

 

 2.  Description          

           _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

 

 3.  Calculation Method    _   D = Directly on Earnings 

                               P = Percent of FWT   S = Percent of SWT

 

 4.  % of FWT to Deduct    _ _ _ . _ _

 

 5.  Deduction for FICA   

     W/H?                  _   Y or N

 

 6.  Standard Deduction

     % of Gross Pay        _ _ _ . _ _ _

 

 7.  Adjustment to

     Standard Deduction    _ _ _ _ . _ _

 

 8.  Minimum Standard

     Deduction Amount      _ _ _ _ . _ _

 

 9.  Maximum Standard

     Deduction Amount      _ _ _ _ . _ _

 

10.  Yearly W/H

     Allowance             _ _ _ _ . _ _

 

11.  Credit Per

     Exemption             _ _ _ . _ _

 

12.  Maximum Wages for

     STD Deduction         _ _ _ _

 

13.  Maximum FWT to

     Deduction             _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _

 

 

 

 

 

Date filled out __________ by ___________      ADD     CHANGE   DELETE

Page 4 of 4

 

 

           STATE/CITY TAX CODES FILE MAINTENANCE LOAD SHEET

                            TABLE SCREEN II

 

 

        OVER                    TAX AMOUNT            PERCENT OF EXCESS

 

 1.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

 2.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

 3.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

 4.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

 5.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

 6.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

 7.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

 8.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

 9.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

10.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

11.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

12.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

13.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

14.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

15.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

16.  _ _ _ , _ _ _          _ _ , _ _ _ . _ _            _ _ . _ _ _

 

 

 

 

 

 

Date entered _______ by _______  Date verified ________ by ________

 

 

Load Sheet
Screens

 

State/City Tax Code File (State- Screen #1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

State/City Tax Code File (State- Screen #2)


 

State/City Tax Code File (State-State Screen #3)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

State/City Tax Code File (State-State Screen #4)

 


 

State/City Tax Code File (State-Screen # 5)

 

 

 

 

 

 

State/City Tax Code File (City-Screen # 1)

 

 

 

State/City Tax Code File (City-Screen # 3)

 

 

 

 

Screens

State/City Tax Code File (City-Screen # 4)Screens

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 State/City Tax Code File (City-Screen #5)ScreensScreens

 

 

 

 

 

                               S T A T E / C I T Y   T A X   C O D E S   F I L E   P R I N T ‑ O U T

 

  ** City Tax Codes **

 

 City Tax Code: CL  Columbus

 

   Tax Rpt Id No    123444

   Tax Liab Acct    02160‑00000‑00000  City Withholding Liability

   Supp Earn W/H %    .00  Tax Ot/Spec As Supp? N

 

       City Tax Code: CL

            Table Id: 1       Description            Columbus                                OVER    TAX‑AMT   PLUS‑%

                              Calculation Basis      D  Directly On Earnings

                              % Of Fwt To Deduct       .00                                       0        .00   2.000

                              Ded For Fica W/H?      N                                           0        .00    .000

                              Std Ded % Of Grs Pay     .000                                      0        .00    .000

                              Adjustment To Std Ded       .00                                    0        .00    .000

                              Min Std Ded Amt             .00                                    0        .00    .000

                              Max Std Ded Amt             .00                                    0        .00    .000

                              Yearly W/H Allowance        .00                                    0        .00    .000

                              Credit Per Exemption     .00                                       0        .00    .000

                              Max Wages For Std           .00                                    0        .00    .000

                              Deduction                                                          0        .00    .000

                              Max Fwt To Deduct         0                                        0        .00    .000

                                                                                                 0        .00    .000

                                                                                                 0        .00    .000

                                                                                                 0        .00    .000

 

 

 



Elliott Business Software
| Add-ons | Services
3rd Party Solutions | News & Events
Technical Support | Company Profile