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The Federal Social Security program, as funded by FICA (Federal Insurance Contribution Act) , consist of the following two programs:
A)State unemployment ( SUTA) and Hospital Insurance (HI)
B)Federal unemployment and (FUTA) Old age, survivors and disability insurance ( OASDI)
C)Old age, survivors and disability insurance ( OASDI) and Hospital Insurance (HI)
D)State unemployment ( SUTA) and Federal unemployment and (FUTA)

The FICA withhold percentages for OASDI and HI, respectively, are:
A)6.5% and 1.45%
B)6.2% and 7.65%
C)1.45% and 6.2%
D)6.2% and 1.45%

Some of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) required payroll records are:
A)Name, address and date of birth
B)Social security
C)Amount and date of wage payments
D)All of the above

The Federal Labor Standard Act (FLSA) sets a minimum wage that employers must pay to their employees.

The overtime earnings rate is set at 1 ½ times an employee’s regular hourly rate and is paid for:
A)Any hours worked worked beyond 45 in a week.
B)Any hours worked beyond 55 worked hours in a seven day consecutive period.
C)Any hours worked beyond 40 worked hours in a seven day consecutive day period or a week.
D)Any hours worked after an eight-hour day.

The federal minimum wage, as establish by the Federal Labor Standard Act (FLSA), for 2004 is:

If the state minimum wage is higher than the federal rate, the employers must:
A)pay the federal rate ($5.15),
B)pay the rate establish by the state ,
C)pay an average of both rates,
D)None of the above

The Title VII of the Civil Rights ACT of 1964 prohibits discrimination based on one’s :
D)All of the above

The Equal Pay act of 1963:
A)Prohibits discrimination based on color, race, religion, sex or national origin
B)Protects qualified workers with disabilities
C)Requires equal pay for men and women in equivalent jobs.
D)Establishes the federal minimum wage of $5.15

The Family and Medical Leave Act requires employers of more than 50 employees to give up to 16 weeks unpaid leave to eligible employees for the birth of the child or to take care of a family member that has a serious illness.

Some example of documents, accepted by the Immigration Reform Act, as proof of US citizenship or naturalization are:
A)Alien registration cards
B)Valid foreign passport plus employment authorization forms
C)A and B
D)None of the above

The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (Welfare Reform Act) requires:
A)The employers to pay a minimum wage and overtime to all employees.
B)To file a “New hire reporting form” with a special state registry within 60 days after the new employee starts working
C)To file a “New hire reporting form” with a special state registry within 20 days after the new employee starts working.
D)a and c are both correct

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