In this text, students are exposed to the tax rules, tax rates, and the tax reorts that form the core of a payroll accountant’s responsibilities. Besides numerous examples, diagrams, and completed forms that smooth the learning process, the Payroll Project at the end of the book (Chapter 7) helps students apply knowledge acquired in previous chapters to practical payroll situations. This project is, in many respects, a culminationof the information presented in Payroll Accounting.
The 2000 edition of Payroll Accounting continues to providee the most user-friendly payroll accounting coverage in the marketplace. A number of featuresin this textbook are specificallydirected to the students during their learning cycle, as illustrated here.