3. The reported wages are realized income or gross income?
Neither
Realized Income
Gross Income
4. You are looking at your W2 and see that your local wages were $40,000 and the amount of local tax withheld was $600. What percentage rate was withheld?
1.5%
1.0%
2.4%
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