Payroll Taxes Definition
Payroll taxes are paid by employers to the federal government.
Payroll taxes include the portion of funds held out of the employee’s wages for Medicare, Social Security and federal withholding. Employers also match a certain percentage of Medicare and Social Security taxes for each employee. Payroll taxes are usually paid on a quarterly basis.
What Are Payroll Taxes?
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Patriot Software | Aug 22, 2013