NY Daily News: Break for Commuters: When Lorinda Chamberlain commutes to work in Manhattan, she saves on payroll taxes. That's because of a plan her employer, Auritt Communications Group, introduced early last year at her suggestion. For Chamberlain, that's $76 a month in MetroCard costs. That money is deducted from her gross salary, and Chamberlain is only taxed on the amount she's paid. Then, her company pays WageWorks for her MetroCards — which are mailed directly to her Brooklyn Heights home every month. Chamberlain, 35, said most of Auritt's employees are participating in this program."
"The program is not only a money-saver but is also very convenient," said Chamberlain, who is Auritt's business manager.
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