Employee payroll, C/C++ Programming

You are to write a C++ program which will compute the gross pay,
Social Security Tax, Income Tax and net pay for an employee.

The program needs to prompt for and read the employee''s first and last
names, the hourly rate and the number of hours worked. Both the
hourly rate and the number of hours worked should be doubles to allow
hourly rates like 10.75 and the number of hours worked to be something
like 45.5 hours. So the total input will be 2 strings and 2 doubles.

The gross pay is computed differently depending on whether the number
of hours worked is greater than 40 or less than or equal to 40. For
40 hours or less the pay will be rate*hours. For more than 40 hours
the employee''s gross pay will be 40*rate + 1.5*rate*(hours-40.0).

Everybody pays 5.5% for the Social Security Tax regardless of how much
money was earned.

The income tax is computed using 3 brackets:
?People earning 100.00 or less pay no income tax
?People earning from 100.01 up to 500.00 pay 10% income tax
?People earning over 500.00 pay 20% income tax

The employee''s pay information should be reported like this:

Name Hours worked Pay rate Gross Pay Social
Security Income Tax Net Pay
----------------- ------------ -------- ---------
--------------- ---------- -------
Jim Jones 30.0 10.00 300.00 16.50
30.00 253.50
Posted Date: 3/7/2013 9:26:33 AM | Location : United States







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