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TSSE deduction? California

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896 words with 2 Comments; publish: Sun, 11 Mar 2007 10:14:00 GMT; (80062.50, « »)

OKay, I work for a nationwide organization. Some co-workers were asking what the "TSSE" deduction on our paychecks is for. One said it was for social security. Our infamous payroll manager told another employee that it is "The tax created by Bush to pay for the war!" She's too stupid to be able to pull off sarcasm, so I tend to think that she really believes this....

Any Ideas? I have tried simple searches on the net - but no joy.

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    • I have no clue about what TSSE is.

      There are federal and state income taxes and then there is FICA, which is likely broken out into social security and medicare.

      Most other deductions must either be court ordered or approved by the employee.

      #1; Sun, 11 Mar 2007 10:29:00 GMT
    • You have a right to know exactly what that deduction is, so go back to your payroll manager and insist upon an accurate answer. If she doesn't know, then she needs to find out.
      #2; Sun, 11 Mar 2007 14:36:00 GMT