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Washington/Oregon Payrolls

edited Feb 9, 2007 1:18PM in SuitePeople HR / US Payroll 9 comments

1)  Anyone have a work around for Washington L&I?  "It's not a tax" and therefore not part of the payroll package.  I have to manually enter the employee deduction and the company contribution, as the system can't seem to do the math (hours * rate).

2) Oregon Tri-Met tax is not updated for 2007 (increase to .6518 percent).  Of course, there is no work around here as you can't over ride it as it's the same (wrong at the moment) for everyone.  Or am I the only one doing payroll in Oregon?  Hope not....

3) Anyone using the Premium payroll in Washington/Oregon and have any of the above issues?  (Is L&I done?  I'll upgrade just for that as it now eats 15-20 minutes of my time for a ten person payroll).

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