Payroll Tax

Payroll Tax is a tax levied on current employment or payrolls (collected either as a fixed amount per employee, or as a percentage of total wages and salaries paid). Payroll taxes are most commonly used to finance employment-related social programs, such as pension or unemployment insurance programs.

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