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Payroll Accounting 2024 https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/1264443463.jpeg 10 2024 9781264443468 <p><span>&nbsp;</span><span>The tenth edition of <i>Payroll Accounting</i> continues the author’s tradition of providing a modern approach to payroll accounting incorporating coverage of real-world issues that many students will face in their careers, such as cybersecurity, payroll fraud, artificial intelligence, and labor costs. The textbook content paired with Connect materials contribute to a comprehensive understanding of payroll accounting in the twenty-first century and will make accounting students more valuable to the organizations they work for in their careers. Whether you are teaching face to face, hybrid, or online, <i>Payroll Accounting 2024</i> is flexible enough to be used in courses as short as 3 weeks and as long as 15 weeks.&nbsp;</span></p><p><span>This text is different than others because it is written with the perspective that payroll is the story of people. These people include the ones within the business who make decisions about the company’s directions and the people who work for the business and depend on their paychecks to support their livelihoods. To foster the connection between business and people, each chapter’s introductory story contains recent events involving payroll accounting that highlight the connections among payroll, legislation, business decisions, and people affected by all the decisions made. Chapter 1 highlights a shift in workers’ attitudes to work that emanated from the changes to the work environment during COVID-19 shutdowns: the demand for a better work-life balance supported by employers. Chapter 2 discusses the current movement of refugees into the workplace and highlighted the difference between H-1B and refugee work visas. Chapter 3 explores the challenges of new pay transparency laws that have been enacted in many places. Chapter 4 explores the need for flexible benefits that suit both traditional and remote workers and the “out of sight, out of mind” challenges that remote workers face. Chapter 5 focuses on the demand for flexible pay or on-demand pay that is gaining popularity. Chapter 6 discuss the challenge of rising labor costs that employers face, many of which have resulted in layoffs. Finally, Chapter 7 introduction considers the effects of artificial intelligence, the Great Resignation, and COVID-19, all of which have led to a shortage of accountants.&nbsp;</span></p><p><span>The author team has made content updates including updating the payroll processing options in Chapter 1 to reflect an accurate representation of the current state of the available technology used by businesses of any size. Chapter 2 explores situations where an individual may have multiple employers and how to report new employees per legal requirements. Cybersecurity and payroll is also covered in more depth in Learning Objective 2-5 to attenuate students to this growing concern. The section about cryptocurrency has been updated as a means of transmitting payroll amounts due in Learning Objective 5-6. It is important to understand that cryptocurrency as a means of paying employees, while being considered, is a complicated issue because of its connection to the stock market, as opposed to a central bank, as a basis for its value.</span></p><br>
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Payroll Accounting 2024
Payroll Accounting 2024

Payroll Accounting 2024, 10th Edition

ISBN10: 1264443463 | ISBN13: 9781264443468
By Jeanette Landin and Paulette Schirmer
© 2024

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 The tenth edition of Payroll Accounting continues the author’s tradition of providing a modern approach to payroll accounting incorporating coverage of real-world issues that many students will face in their careers, such as cybersecurity, payroll fraud, artificial intelligence, and labor costs. The textbook content paired with Connect materials contribute to a comprehensive understanding of payroll accounting in the twenty-first century and will make accounting students more valuable to the organizations they work for in their careers. Whether you are teaching face to face, hybrid, or online, Payroll Accounting 2024 is flexible enough to be used in courses as short as 3 weeks and as long as 15 weeks. 

This text is different than others because it is written with the perspective that payroll is the story of people. These people include the ones within the business who make decisions about the company’s directions and the people who work for the business and depend on their paychecks to support their livelihoods. To foster the connection between business and people, each chapter’s introductory story contains recent events involving payroll accounting that highlight the connections among payroll, legislation, business decisions, and people affected by all the decisions made. Chapter 1 highlights a shift in workers’ attitudes to work that emanated from the changes to the work environment during COVID-19 shutdowns: the demand for a better work-life balance supported by employers. Chapter 2 discusses the current movement of refugees into the workplace and highlighted the difference between H-1B and refugee work visas. Chapter 3 explores the challenges of new pay transparency laws that have been enacted in many places. Chapter 4 explores the need for flexible benefits that suit both traditional and remote workers and the “out of sight, out of mind” challenges that remote workers face. Chapter 5 focuses on the demand for flexible pay or on-demand pay that is gaining popularity. Chapter 6 discuss the challenge of rising labor costs that employers face, many of which have resulted in layoffs. Finally, Chapter 7 introduction considers the effects of artificial intelligence, the Great Resignation, and COVID-19, all of which have led to a shortage of accountants. 

The author team has made content updates including updating the payroll processing options in Chapter 1 to reflect an accurate representation of the current state of the available technology used by businesses of any size. Chapter 2 explores situations where an individual may have multiple employers and how to report new employees per legal requirements. Cybersecurity and payroll is also covered in more depth in Learning Objective 2-5 to attenuate students to this growing concern. The section about cryptocurrency has been updated as a means of transmitting payroll amounts due in Learning Objective 5-6. It is important to understand that cryptocurrency as a means of paying employees, while being considered, is a complicated issue because of its connection to the stock market, as opposed to a central bank, as a basis for its value.


Chapter 1: Payroll Practices and System Fundamentals  
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  
Appendix A: Comprehensive Payroll Project: Wayland Custom Woodworking  
Appendix B: Special Classes of Federal Tax Withholding  
Appendix C: Federal Income Tax Tables  
Appendix D: State Income Tax Information  
Appendix E: State Revenue Department or Labor Information  
Appendix F: Payroll Certification Information 

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Jeanette Landin

Jeanette Landin is an associate professor of professional studies at Landmark College in Putney, Vermont, where she teaches undergraduate accounting and business courses to an at-risk student population. She is a baccalaureate student advisor and is the program coordinator for both associate's and bachelor's level degrees offered by the school of Professional Studies. 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 researched college success strategies for at-risk students. She has earned master’s certificates in accounting and autism spectrum disorders.

Dr. Landin is an active member of the Institute for Management Accountants (IMA), the American Accounting Association, Teachers of Accounting at Two-Year Colleges (TACTYC), the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), and Vermont Women in Higher Education (VWHE) and a Fellow with the International Society for Development and Sustainability. She previously served as an active member of the California Business Educators Association and the Western Business Educators Association. Dr. Landin has served as the IMA’s Committee for Academic Relations chair and as a peer reviewer for the American Accounting Association. She is a peer reviewer for the Transnational Journal of Business and the associate editor for accounting with the Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (MERLOT).


Paulette Schirmer

University of Alaska Southeast Paulette Schirmer is an assistant professor of accounting with the University of Alaska Southeast for its accounting courses. She received her B.S. in accounting from Metropolitan State College of Denver (now Metropolitan State University of Denver), her M.B.A. from Regis University, and her D.B.A. from the University of Phoenix, where she researched globalization strategies for small businesses.

Dr. Schirmer was also recently an accountant with the Division of Finance for the State of Alaska. She worked as the statewide training coordinator and assisted with developing and troubleshooting the accounting program's reporting system. Dr. Schirmer was active in preparing Alaska's Annual Comprehensive Financial Report, Annual Compensation and Travel Report, assisted with budgetary implementation, departmental accounting, and structure training. Dr. Schirmer is an active member of the Institute for Management Accountants (IMA), Teachers of Accounting at Two-Year Colleges (TACTYC), the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), American Payroll Association, and Quality Matters.

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