Double Check Your Paycheck

Paycheck stubs contain valuable information, yet they are often thrown away, filed or forgotten. "Mistakes in the payroll process can cost workers a lot of money. Errors can mean underpayment or overpayment. If you're accidently overpaid, you will usually be held liable for the repayment of those funds," said Sam Kerch, senior tax research analyst for Symmetry Software, which operates www.paycheckcity.com. This FREE "must visit" site allows you to double check your pay stub with online calculators. All you need is the information from a current pay stub or W-4 form. Kerch has three tips to help keep your payroll on track:

Double Check Your Paycheck

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