Managing payroll is a critical aspect of running a successful…
Payroll accounting is the process of filing and tracking employee compensation data like money withheld for pay checks, taxes, and other benefits each employee receives. Accountants use journal entries to record an organization’s transactions and total cash flow. Payroll entries fall under the scope of a general ledger that sorts all financial information. Once all payroll information is documented on an employee, human resources can use this data for performance evaluation, etc.
Payroll accountants record all relevant financial information of the employees of a company. Primarily their ledgers include information on:
Gross wages, salaries, bonuses, and commissions
Withheld employer and employee taxes
Withheld salary, insurance premiums, and savings plans
Employer and employee fringe benefits
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