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The District Services Payroll team
is responsible for reviewing all district payroll transactions, processing
supplemental and end-of-month payrolls, preparing and transmitting deposits and
financial reports for Federal and State tax withholding, State Teachers
Retirement System (STRS), Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), FICA,
Medicare, and State Unemployment Insurance/School Employees Fund (SUI/SEF); facilitating in-service training for
district payroll personnel, and assisting all 20 school districts in Merced
County as well as Merced County Office of Education's internal payroll. This department issues W-2s for more than 13,000
full-time employees, substitutes, and part-time employees. Total gross payroll in 2018 exceeded $453 million.
The District Services team strives for
continuous improvement in order to provide
guidance and support in a friendly, professional manner, and to maintain compliance with Federal and State
tax and retirement laws.
Current Fiscal Year Employer Charges
District Payroll Staff