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The 8th edition ofLandin: Payroll Accounting continues the author’s tradition of providinga modern approach to payrollaccounting through a "practitioners view" focusing on relevancy andcareer readiness. The author team has made content updates including the tax implications of the Cares Act due to COVID-19. We havealso improved our accessibility of the end-of-chapter material within McGrawHill Connect®. The content updates and Connect updates in this newedition will ensure your students are career ready!
Chapter 2: Payroll System Procedures
Chapter 3: Gross Pay Computation
Chapter 4: Fringe Benefits and Voluntary Deductions
Chapter 5: Employee Net Pay and Pay Methods
Chapter 6: Employer Payroll Taxes and Labor Planning
Chapter 7: The Payroll Register, Employees’ Earnings Records, and Accounting System Entries
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
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