Payroll Accounting 2020 https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/1260247961.jpeg 6 9781260247961 A modern approach to payroll accounting, Landin and Schirmer's Payroll 2020 provides a "practitioner's view" of this highly specialized area of accounting. Incorporating examples of real-world companies, Payroll 2020 highlights the relevance of the course in its coverage of issues that students will face in their careers, such as labor planning and labor costs. Whether you are teaching face-to-face, hybrid, or online, Payroll 2020 is flexible enough to be used in courses as short as three weeks and as long as fifteen weeks. Connect provides multiple opportunities for students to build their skills through practice, including exercise sets at the end of each chapter, auto-graded payroll and tax forms, and guided example hint videos that offer students an animated walk-through with narration of select exercises similar to those assigned to reinforce material. The Continuing Payroll Project in each chapter and a Comprehensive Project that encompasses an entire quarter of payroll accounting topics are both assignable through Connect as well.
Payroll Accounting 2020

Payroll Accounting 2020

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By Jeanette Landin and Paulette Schirmer
ISBN10: 1260247961
ISBN13: 9781260247961
Copyright: 2020
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Ch. 1 Payroll Practices and System Fundamentals
Ch. 2 Payroll System Procedures
Ch. 3 Gross Pay Computation
Ch. 4 Fringe Benefits and Voluntary Deductions
Ch. 5 Employee Net Pay and Pay Methods
Ch. 6 Employer Payroll Taxes and Labor Planning
Ch. 7 The Payroll Register, Employees' Earnings Records, and Accounting System Entries

APPENDIXES
A Comprehensive Payroll Project: Wayland Custom Woodworking
B Special Classes of Federal Tax Withholding
C Federal Income Tax Tables
D State Income Tax Information
E State Revenue Department Information
F Payroll Certification Information
GLOSSARY
INDEX

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Jeanette Landin

Jeanette Landin is an assistant professor of business and accounting at Landmark College in Putney, Vermont, where she teaches undergraduate accounting and business courses to an at-risk student population. She is the faculty advisor for the college’s Phi Beta Lambda chapter. Professor Landin is also a certified advanced facilitator with the University of Phoenix, where she teaches online undergraduate courses and workshops, and adjunct faculty with John F. Kennedy University, where she teaches upper-division and graduate-level accounting courses. Dr. Landin earned her B.A. degree from the University of California at Irvine before receiving her M.B.A. and Ed.D. from the University of Phoenix, where she conducted research into college success strategies for at-risk students. She has earned master’s certificates in accounting and in autism spectrum disorders.<br>
Jeanette is an active member of the Institute for Management Accountants (IMA), Teachers of Accounting Curriculum at Two-Year Colleges (TACTYC), and Vermont Women in Higher Education (VWHE), and she previously served as an active member of the California Business Educators Association and the Western Business Educators Association. Dr. Landin currently serves on the IMA’s Committee for Academic Relations and as a peer reviewer for the American Accounting Association. She is a peer reviewer for the Transnational Journal of Business and a member of the Business Editorial Board with the Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (MERLOT).

Paulette Schirmer

Paulette Schirmer is an accountant with the Division of Finance for the State of Alaska and a certified advanced facilitator for the University of Phoenix, where she teaches accounting courses at the bachelor’s and master’s levels. Dr. Schirmer also works with the University of Alaska Southeast as an online instructor for its payroll accounting course. She received her BS in accounting from Metropolitan State College of Denver (now Metropolitan State University of Denver), her MBA from Regis University, and her DBA from University of Phoenix, where she conducted research on globalization strategies for small businesses.<br>
Dr. Schirmer is active in the preparation of Alaska’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports and that state’s annual Compensation and Travel Report, as well as training state employees on the state’s financial and reporting systems.

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