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Your annual salary is reduced by pre-tax deductions (health/dental insurance premiums, retirement, etc.) to determine your taxable wages.
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Biweekly – The pay date is every other Friday.
Contact your department manager. They should help you determine why you did not get paid or why you only received a portion of your wages.
Submit a request to your Manager with your preferred method of receipt; email or hard copy. Your Manager will contact Payroll and a copy of your W-2 will be provided within 24 hours.
Submit a request to your Manager with your preferred method of receipt; email or hard copy. Your Manager will contact Payroll and a copy of your pay advice(s) will be provided within 24 hours.
A completed W-4 form must be completed and submitted to the Payroll Department.
An updated Direct Deposit form must be completed and submitted to the Payroll Department.
Address updates must be submitted to the Personnel Department.
The Medicare tax rate is 1.45%. There is no wage base limit on Medicare taxes. In addition to withholding the 1.45%, an additional 0.9% is withheld on wages in excess of $200,000 in a calendar year.
Employees contribute to the Lawrence Retirement Plan. Therefore, they do not contribute to social security. If you have contributed to Social Security in a prior job and would like to know how the Lawrence Retirement Plan will affect your social security, more information on the Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) can be found on the Social Security Administration's website; https://www.ssa.gov/planners/retire/wep.html