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The OSCAR website provides OSU staff and faculty with direct, secure access to online tasks and downloadable forms for a wide range of business purposes.
Using InfOSU, students, faculty, and staff can register for classes, get grades, manage their direct deposit, view leave balances, and update employee information.
ONID accounts provide services such as OSU Email, Access to OSU Online Services, Canvas, and Interlibrary Loan, File storage, and Personal web pages.
OPE is the cost of an employee, in addition to the gross pay, charged to the employee's department. OPE is charged proportionately to each index an employee is paid from.
If your employer pays you money outside of your regular salary, the Federal Government treats it as supplemental wages. These wages generally include commissions and bonuses, sick leave payments, any severance payments upon termination of your employment, taxable prizes and awards, retroactive pay increases, reimbursements of nondeductible moving expenses, taxable fringe benefits and certain kinds of expense reimbursements and allowances.
The supplemental withholding rate is 25%
As with your normal tax withholding, if the total of your taxes paid exceeds your taxes due for the year, you can receive a tax refund when you file your tax return.
A classified employee who terminates employment or is laid off is entitled to compensation for unused vacation leave balance to a maximum of 250 hours at the employee's current rate of pay. This is subject to the supplemental tax rate of 25%
An unclassified employee who terminates employment is entitled to compensation for unused vacation leave balance to a maximum of 180 hours at the employee's current rate of pay. This is subject to the supplemental tax rate of 25%
Two voluntary retirement savings plans offer a way to increase your retirement income through regular, planned investing. You determine how much to save each month based on a percentage of your gross salary. Monthly contributions are made to your account through payroll deduction and can be made on either a pre-tax or post-tax basis.
Oregon College Savings Plan 529: The Oregon College Savings Plan can help you put a child's college education within reach.
Payroll deduction for the Oregon College Savings Plan is a convenient and flexible method to contribute to your existing Oregon College Savings Plan account. Click on this form to get started today.