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Principles of Payroll Administration, published by Thomson Reuters/WG&L is the original comprehensive learning guide written by and for payroll professionals and those who support the payroll function. The product of over 28 years of development and continuous updating to meet the constantly changing demands of the payroll profession, Principles of Payroll Administration: The Complete Learning and Reference Guide addresses topics of vital significance to payroll practitioners and answers the most frequently asked questions.
Principles of Payroll Administration: The Complete Learning and Reference Guide is a dual-purpose book. It is designed to satisfy organizational and personal training requirements as well as technical reference needs. Intended for readers at all levels of professional experience and expertise, this book blends a historical perspective on the public policies and laws affecting payroll with a full explanation of the subject matter, using a building-block approach to guide the reader from the basic principles through complex applications of the material. This approach offers readers a logical progression of understanding—regardless of the level of expertise.
This book also includes chapter quizzes, practice tests, tips for preparing for the Certified Payroll Professional (CPP) and Fundamental Payroll Certification (FPC) exams, a dictionary of terms and acronyms to enhance its reference and training value, a comprehensive index, a listing of all charts and exhibits, and a year-end update to retain its reference value throughout the year.
Principles of Payroll Administration: The Complete Learning and Reference Guide was developed with the input of payroll practitioners and reviewed by a qualified staff of technical editors and consultants to ensure its accuracy. In our continuing effort to expand and improve this publication, we welcome your comments and suggestions.
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