Why would it say tax blocked on your pay stub next to your federal with holding and state with holding?

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It must be like that because your proceeds are not sufficient, that you will not have any Federal revenue tax obligation if your salary remains fixed for the entire year. Obtain more information from the employer's payroll department for a definitive answer on this. Meanwhile paycheck stubs state guidelines contain a lot of information – from federal income tax withheld to vacation balance. All paycheck stubs show your gross pay – the total amount you earned before any taxes were withheld for the pay period. Paycheck stubs also show your net pay – the amount of your check after all with holdings.
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