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  2. Taxation in California - Wikipedia

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    Sales tax. At 7.25%, California has the highest minimum statewide sales tax rate in the United States, which can total up to 10.75% with local sales taxes included. Sales and use taxes in California (state and local) are collected by the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration, whereas income and franchise taxes are collected by the Franchise Tax Board.

  3. Income tax - Wikipedia

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    Taxes on wealth, social position, and ownership of the means of production (typically land and slaves) were all common. Practices such as tithing , or an offering of first fruits , existed from ancient times, and can be regarded as a precursor of the income tax, but they lacked precision and certainly were not based on a concept of net increase.

  4. Economy of California - Wikipedia

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    Property taxes in California amounted to over $54.0 billion (2011) and are one of the largest taxes in California of which about $12.0 billion of the $54.0 billion collected was for voter approved "extras". The property tax, despite being used primarily to finance local governments, has a significant effect on the state budget.

  5. Permatemp - Wikipedia

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    The second kind of permatemp is an employee of a staffing service provider, payroll agency or Professional Employer Organization, which sends workers to work in a long-term, on-site position for a private company or public employer. The employee is paid by the staffing service provider or agency rather than by the primary employer.

  6. Garnishment - Wikipedia

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    Taxes; Unpaid Court costs; Court-ordered judgments; When served on an employer, garnishments are taken as part of the payroll process. When processing payroll, sometimes there is not enough money in the employee's net pay to satisfy all of the garnishments. For example, in a case with federal tax, local tax, and credit card garnishments, the ...

  7. Church tax - Wikipedia

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    If an employee's data indicate membership in a tax-collecting religious community, the employer must withhold church tax prepayments from their income in addition to other tax prepayments. In connection with the final annual income tax assessment, the state revenue authorities also finally assess the church tax owed.

  8. Social Security debate in the United States - Wikipedia

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    Social Security has collected approximately $2.8 trillion more in payroll taxes and interest than have been paid out since tax collection began in 1937. This surplus is referred to as the Social Security Trust Fund. The fund contains non-marketable Treasury securities backed "by the full faith and credit of the U.S. government".

  9. S corporation - Wikipedia

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    Employee salaries are subject to FICA tax (Social Security & Medicare tax)—currently 15.3 percent (6.2% Social Security paid by the employee; 6.2% Social Security paid by the employer; 1.45% employee Medicare and 1.45% employer Medicare). The distribution of the additional profits from the S corporation will be done without any further FICA ...