Use this paycheck to answer the following question.
EMPLOYEE PAY STUB
EMPLOYER NAME EMPLOYEE NAME
Books & Nooks Mark Fitzgerald
EMPLOYER ADDRESS EMPLOYEE ADDRESS
1967 University Ave 5618 Maple St
Atlanta, GA 30334 Atlanta, GA 30355
EMPLOYER TELEPHONE EMPLOYEE #
BANK ACCT SSN (LAST FOUR DIGITS)
PAY PERIOD PAY DATE
07/06/2019 - 07/19/2019 07/26/2019
GROSS EARNINGS RATE HOURS CURRENT TOTAL YEAR TO DATE
REGULAR 16.5 80 $1320.00 $18,480.00
OVERTIME $0.00 $0.00
OTHER $0.00 $0.00
DEDUCTIONS CURRENT TOTAL YEAR TO DATE
FICA - MEDICARE $19.14 $267.96
FICA - SOCIAL SECURITY $81.84 $1145.76
FEDERAL TAX $33.42 $1867.88
STATE TAX $75.90 $1062.60
OTHER $0.00 $0.00
CURRENT GROSS YEAR-TO-DATE GROSS
CURRENT DEDUCTIONS YEAR-TO-DATE DEDUCTION
CURRENT NET PAY YEAR-TO-DATE NET PAY
What percent of Mark's pay do his deductions comprise? Enter your answer rounded to the nearest tenth, such as: 42.5.
the answer is 15.9 !
You have all the numbers, so
figure total pay
% = deductions/pay * 100
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