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  2. Broadridge Financial Solutions - Wikipedia

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    Broadridge India, formerly a brokerage services division of Automatic Data Processing (ADP) Inc., began operating as an independent public company in India in March 2007. (opening sentence of chapter abstract) External links [ edit] Official website Business data for Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.: Bloomberg Google Reuters SEC filings Yahoo!

  3. Paycheck - Wikipedia

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    For employees that do not have access to a personal bank account, most major payroll service providers can arrange for the net pay of an employee to be loaded onto a payroll card, which is a plastic card similar to a debit card. A payroll card functions like a debit card and allows an employee to access their pay. [1]

  4. Human resource management system - Wikipedia

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    The payroll module automates the pay process by gathering data on employee time and attendance, calculating various deductions and taxes, and generating periodic pay cheques and employee tax reports. Data is generally fed from human resources and timekeeping modules to calculate automatic deposit and manual cheque writing capabilities.

  5. Phoenix pay system - Wikipedia

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    The Phoenix pay system is a payroll processing system for Canadian federal government employees, provided by IBM in June 2011 using PeopleSoft software, and run by Public Services and Procurement Canada. The Public Service Pay Centre is located in Miramichi, New Brunswick.

  6. Payroll - Wikipedia

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    According to research conducted in February 2022 by the U.S. Department of Labor and the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the four most common pay frequencies in the United States were: [4] Weekly — 31.8% — Fifty-two 40-hour pay periods per year and include one 40 hour work week for overtime calculations.

  7. Payroll tax - Wikipedia

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    The tax is paid by employers based on the total remuneration (salary and benefits) paid to all employees, at a standard rate of 14% (though, under certain circumstances, can be as low as 4.75%). Employers are allowed to deduct a small percentage of an employee's pay (around 4%). [6] Another tax, social insurance, is withheld by the employer.

  8. Payroll service bureau - Wikipedia

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    There are several ways a bureau can move money from the client to the people whom the client must pay. The simplest way is when a bureau prints checks on blank check stock, printing the client's account number in MICR digits at the bottom of the check, resulting in the funds being drawn directly from the client when the check is cashed.