If the employee will be paid as salary, according to WA L&I Regulations (page 4), salaried employee hours are calculated at 160 hours per month, or 480 hours per quarter. QuickBooks Online Payroll calculates the Workers’ Comp Tax on the employee’s first paycheck of the month. You can check this article for […]

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