Pay Deductions and Setoffs
requires that Spelman make certain deductions from every employee's
compensation. Among these are applicable federal, state, and local
income taxes. Spelman also must deduct Social Security taxes on each
employee's earnings up to a specified limit that is called the Social
Security "wage base." Spelman matches the amount of Social
Security taxes paid by each employee.
offers programs and benefits beyond those required by law. Eligible
employees may voluntarily authorize deductions from their paychecks to
cover the costs of participation in these programs.
are pay deductions taken by Spelman, usually to help pay off a debt or
obligation to Spelman or others.
If you have
questions concerning why deductions were made from your paycheck or how
they were calculated contact the Payroll Department or the Office of
Policy No. 410 Effective Date: 9/1/2000