An employee earns the total wages or salary before any deductions or taxes are taken out.
An employee earns the number of wages or salary after all deductions and taxes have been taken out.
A tax withheld from an employee's pay by the federal government to fund various government programs.
A tax withheld from an employee's pay by the state government to fund various state programs.
A tax withheld from an employee's pay to fund Social Security benefits for retired or disabled workers.
A tax withheld from an employee's pay to fund healthcare for people over 65 and those with specific disabilities.
The period for which an employee's wages or salary are calculated, such as weekly, biweekly, or monthly.
The cumulative total of an employee's earnings or deductions from the beginning of the calendar year to the current date.
The amount of money withheld from an employee's gross pay for various purposes, such as taxes, benefits, and retirement plans.
The amount of money the employer contributes to employee benefits, such as health insurance or retirement plans.