December 25, 2009
Question of the Week: Where Can I Find the Levy Exemption Amounts for 2010?
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Vision Payroll

This week’s question comes from Sherri, a payroll director. We have many employees with levies on their paychecks, I know we need to change the calculation if an employee provides a change in exemptions. Where can I find the levy exemption amounts for 2010? Answer: the Internal Revenue Service has released an updated version of Publication 1494, Tables for Figuring Amount Exempt from Levy on Wages, Salary, and Other Income (Forms 668-W(C), 668-W(c)(DO) and 668-W(ICS)). The table is used to calculate the amount of wages and other income exempt from levies for delinquent taxes. In addition to levies issued in 2010, employers use the revised amounts to calculate the exempt amount if the employee should provide a revised statement showing a change in filing status or exemptions. Contact Vision Payroll for assistance in automating the calculation of the exemption and levy amounts on employees’ paychecks.


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