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Answer: Yes, each payday your employee receives the net pay amount.
The difference between the gross wages and the net pay are considered the employee’s
“tax withholdings.” The tax withholdings remain in your bank account until they are
due to the appropriate tax authority. At that time, we remit the employee tax
withholdings and the employer taxes along with the appropriate employment tax
returns (this process is addressed in detail in the Tax Filing & Remittance section).
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