Calculate Employee's Raise & Tax Info


 Control flow  if-else if  switch statement
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//*********************************************************** // Name: Your name // Title: Assignment3.java // Description: Description of the program // Time spent: // Date: 9/11/2016 //**************************************************************
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Part 1: Written Exercises (None)
Part 2: Programming (20 points)
Algorithms and Output Specification
Implementation Details for an Employee’s Raise and Tax calculation
This program should be implemented using only one class named Assignment3. The program must contain a main method only.
The program should give two options to the user: 1. Calculating the raise for an employee, which will be based on employee’s performance 2. Calculating the tax for an employee
Main Menu Display
As the program starts, a menu is to be displayed which gives two options to the user: Choose from an option below (1 or 2): 1. Calculate raise for an employee 2. Calculate tax for an employee Your choice:
The user will enter a number, either 1 or 2.
After the user enters a valid action your program will use a switch statement to go to the appropriate case. 1. Calculate Raise for an employee
The first option is to calculate raise for an employee.
a. Ask the user and read an employee’s annual salary Enter current annual salary of employee:
b. Ask the user and read an employee’s performance rating Enter the performance rating (Excellent, Good, or Poor):
c. Calculate employee’s raise based on performance rating For excellent performance, employees get a 6% raise on their current salary For good performance, employees get a 4% raise on their current salary For poor performance, employees get a 1.5% raise on their current salary
d. Calculate new salary of employee by adding the raise to their current salary e. Display the amount of raise and new salary for employee (Format the amounts to display as currency). Hint: Use getCurrencyInstance() from NumberFormat class
2. Calculate Tax for an employee
The second option is to calculate tax for an employee.
a. Ask the user and read an employee’s annual salary Enter current annual salary of employee:
b. Calculate employee’s tax based on the following tax bracket For salary in the range (100000, 150000] Tax is computed as: tax = (currentSalary - 100000) * 0.1 For salary in the range (150000, 250000], Tax is computed as: tax = 5000.0 + (currentSalary - 150000) * 0.2 For salary 250000, Tax is computed as: tax = 25000.0 + (currentSalary - 250000) * 0.3
c. Display the amount of tax for employee (Format the amounts to display as currency).
Example Execution Run
Sample Run #1: User input is in bold
Choose from an option below (1 or 2): 1. Calculate raise for an employee 2. Calculate tax for an employee Your choice: 1
Enter current annual salary of employee: 76000 Enter the performance rating (Excellent, Good, or Poor): Good Amount of raise: $3,040.00 New annual salary: $79,040.00
Sample Run #2: User input is in bold
Choose from an option below (1 or 2): 1. Calculate raise for an employee 2. Calculate tax for an employee Your choice: 2
Enter current annual salary of employee: 150000 Tax amount: $5,000.00
Submit your homework by following the instructions below:
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