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  2. Lexis (linguistics) - Wikipedia

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    In linguistics, the term lexis (from Ancient Greek: λέξις / word) designates the complete set of all possible words in a language, or a particular subset of words that are grouped by some specific linguistic criteria.

  3. Taxation in Australia - Wikipedia

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    Payroll tax is a general purpose tax assessed on the wages paid by an employer in Western Australia. The tax is self-assessed in that the employer calculates the liability and then pays the appropriate amount to the Office of State Revenue, by way of a monthly, quarterly or annual return.

  4. Form 1040 - Wikipedia

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    Form 1040 (officially, the "U.S. Individual Income Tax Return") is an IRS tax form used for personal federal income tax returns filed by United States residents. The form calculates the total taxable income of the taxpayer and determines how much is to be paid or refunded by the government.

  5. Taxation in the United States - Wikipedia

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    Failure to timely and properly pay federal payroll taxes results in an automatic penalty of 2% to 10%. Similar state and local penalties apply. Failure to properly file monthly or quarterly returns may result in additional penalties. Failure to file Forms W-2 results in an automatic penalty of up to $50 per form not timely filed.

  6. Paycheck Protection Program - Wikipedia

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    Payroll costs include gross salary and wages, tips, vacation leave, sick leave, holiday pay, furlough pay, bonuses, severance pay, and other compensation paid to employees, up to $46,154 per employee. Payroll costs also include the employer's cost for health insurance benefits for its employees and retirement benefits for its employees, neither ...

  7. Social Security Wage Base - Wikipedia

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    (*) The maximum employee share in 2011 is reduced to $4,485.60, but the maximum employer share remains at $6,621.60. The maximum employee share in 2012 is reduced to $4,624.20, but the maximum employer share remains at $6,826.20. Effectively, this was a 4.2% rate charged to the employee, and 6.2% rate to the employer.

  8. The Work Number - Wikipedia

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    The Work Number, if set up for this service by the employer, may provide duplicate copies of W-2 forms through the employee's online portal. Fees and Waivers. The Work Number generally charges for verification data. Fees are waived for Federal, State, or County Social Service Departments.

  9. Corporate tax - Wikipedia

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    A corporate tax, also called corporation tax or company tax, is a direct tax imposed on the income or capital of corporations or analogous legal entities. Many countries impose such taxes at the national level, and a similar tax may be imposed at state or local levels.