There are two types of payroll deductions: voluntary and involuntary. The Payroll Department is instrumental in making sure that your deductions are accurate and are sent to the correct organizations.
Involuntary deductions are those which are required by law, such as taxes, garnishments, child support, and state mandated retirement programs.
Voluntary deductions are the cost of benefits coverage that you elect to have, such as health insurance, dental insurance, supplemental retirement programs, and charitable contributions. Voluntary deductions are available depending upon your employment status.