Business::Payroll Perl Modules / News: Recent posts

version 1.4 released

added 2007 tax tables

Posted by JT Moree 2007-01-20

Business::Payroll 1.3 available

Business::Payroll 1.3 has been released with updated tax tables for 2006.

You can get the tarball from SF or from CPAN.

You can get debs from

Posted by James A. Pattie 2006-01-02

Business::Payrol 1.2 released

This release updates the Mileage rates for 2005.

Get the deb from or the perl modules from CPAN proper.

Posted by James A. Pattie 2005-02-22

Business::Payroll 1.1 released

Business::Payroll 1.1 was released to cover the 2005 tax tables. A minor bug in the FICA year index entries was also fixed.

Posted by James A. Pattie 2005-01-18

Business::Payroll Officially Part of CPAN!

The module has now been renamed from Payroll to Business::Payroll and with the name change the version was bumped to 1.0.

Business::Payroll has been added to the CPAN perl module list, thus making it easier for potential perl users to find.

No new functionality was added in this release, just the name change.

Posted by James A. Pattie 2004-11-26

Payroll 0.8 Released

Payroll 0.8 fixes the update_payroll script to use the new startPeriod/endPeriod values. No other changes were made.

Posted by James A. Pattie 2004-08-12

Payroll 0.7 Released

The latest version of the perl Payroll modules are now available that allow the payroll xml document to specify the start and end dates for the period you are working with. The new attributes are startPeriod, endPeriod and the version of the xml documents are now at 1.1.

Posted by James A. Pattie 2004-07-30

Payroll 0.6 released

version 0.6 of the Payroll perl modules is now available from CPAN or our debian stable repository at

Major changes are it is now debianized and the 2004 tables are available.

Posted by James A. Pattie 2004-01-19

Payroll 0.5 released

v0.5 - 2004-09-05
- Changed cap in Medicare to be 0 instead of -1
- added rateCap function to FICA and Medicare
- Improved README contents in regards to installation instructions and added
- Debianized!

Posted by James A. Pattie 2003-09-08

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