Use (a) the percentage method and (b) the wage-bracket method to compute the federal income taxes to withhold from the wages or salaries of each employee. Enter all amounts as positive numbers. Round your calculations and final answers to the nearest cent.
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Amount to Be |
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Employee |
Marital Status |
No. of Withholding Allowances |
Gross Wage or Salary |
Percentage Method |
Wage-Bracket Method |
Corn, A. | S | 2 | $675 weekly | $ | $ |
Fogge, P. | S | 1 | 1,960 weekly | ||
Felps, S. | M | 6 | 1,775 biweekly | ||
Carson, W. | M | 4 | 2,480 semimonthly | ||
Helm, M. | M | 9 | 5,380 monthly |
ANSWER
Employee | Marital Status |
No. of Withholding Allowances |
Gross Wage or Salary |
Percentage Method |
Wage-Bracket Method |
Corn, A | S | 2 | $675 weekly | $49.11 | $49 |
Fogge, P | S | 1 | 1,960 weekly | $321.47 | Must use % method |
Felps, S | M | 6 | 1,775 biweekly | $35.2 | $35 |
Carson, W | M | 4 | 2,480 semimonthly | $138.4 | $137 |
Helm, M | M | 9 | 5,380 monthly | $124.7 | Must use % method |
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