As an employer, you have numerous tax responsibilities, one of which is filing state and federal employee payroll tax quarterly and at the end of each taxable year. These taxes are withheld from each of your employees’ paychecks, and you must submit these withholdings regularly to the federal government. Usually, payroll taxes are calculated by subtracting statutory and voluntary payroll deductions from the employees’ gross pay to arrive at net pay for the year. Though this may sound simple, it can actually become quite confusing, especially if you are in charge of a large workforce. If the thought of filing payroll tax for your employees fills you with trepidation, the experienced, and knowledgeable accountants at Sarasota’s Koontz & Parkin, CPAs can help you calculate and file these returns so you can focus on the myriad of other things you need to do.