The Paycheck Doesn’t Lie


The Paycheck Doesn’t Lie
merican workers are pretty confident in their organizations’ payroll and accounting departments. According to the American Payroll Association’s Getting Paid in America survey, 90.6% of employees were certain their withholding and net amounts were correct each payday. Plus, 85% said they trusted that their employer adequately protected their personal information—salary or wages, Social Security number and bank account numbers—from identity theft.

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