PaycheckCity Releases New 2011 Paycheck Calculators

Late last Thursday, the House passed an extension of the Bush-era tax cuts, and Friday the bill was signed into law. The $858 billion legislation will keep payroll tax rates for all wage earners at current levels, will maintain the $1,000 per child tax credit, continues the Bush-era reductions in capital gains and dividends taxes through 2012, and extends unemployment insurance benefits through 2011. The passing of this legislation was delayed for quite some time, making it difficult for many people and businesses to stay on top of all the changes.

PaycheckCity Releases New 2011 Paycheck Calculators

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