Payroll Interview Questions

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How Would You Assist an Employee Whose Tax Withholdings Are Inaccurate?

Answer

This question illustrates whether the applicant has experience changing employee income tax withholding amounts. The applicant should be able to describe the necessary forms to use and the process for changing the information in the payroll system.

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How Would You Handle an Employee Who Fails to Report Time Records Before the Payroll Deadline?

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Employees who do not complete their required payroll forms make the payroll administrator's job more challenging. Asking this question allows the applicant to explain how she would handle this to ensure the worker still gets paid.

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What do you understand by Variance Report in payroll?

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Variance Report is to know what is the difference between last month salary and the current month salary you can also check in that report all input which you have considered its captured or not

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What are the activities present in payroll task?

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1. Processing Payroll to generate Paycheck and Pay Stubs


2. Generating Tax reports and vouchers using which Taxes are deposited to Govt (Employee Tax).


3. Processing reports that are handed over to Accounting Dept.


4. Ensuring that the Deductions, Benefits, Acruals, Taxes and Salaries are accurate (


5. Posting the Journals to Finance


6. Processing Govt Reports and submitted to Govt


7. Entering interims (may also be done by HR in some Companies)


7. Year End Process to generate W2s

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What is the difference between paycheck and payslip?

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Paycheck - this is the method by which the Employee is paid (A Bank Check/Cheque or Direct Deposit to Bank)


Payslip - Also called as Pay Stub is the paper which will typically detail the gross income and all taxes and any other deductions such as retirement plan contributions, insurances, garnishments, or charitable contributions taken out of the gross amount to arrive at the final net amount of the pay, also including the year to date totals in some circumstances.

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