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About Income Tax in the United States
Federal Income Tax—this is a progressive income tax, which means the tax rate increases as your income grows. Currently, the federal income tax rate tops out at 39.6%.
State Income Tax—Seven states impose no income tax – Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming. In the states that do impose an income tax, the lowest maximum rate is 3.07%, in Pennsylvania. The highest maximum rate is 13.3%, in Ohio. Most states have a progressive income tax.
Local/City/Municipal Income Tax—some cities impose local tax – such as New York City, Philadelphia, etc. The state and local taxes are normally deductible for federal income tax.
This payroll paycheck calculator is a fast and easy way to find out what your employee actual wages are per hour. Enter gross pay, federal withholdings, federal, California state tax, FICA, and local deductions and exemptions as applicable - our Hourly Net Pay Payroll Calculator will do the rest. This calculator has been updated to use the new withholding schedules for 2016.
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Select your State: to generate hourly net pay, or take-home pay, when you use our convenient, free payroll calculator.
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Estimates made using these payroll calculators will not affect your PFA's payroll account information anyway. This is for your information only.
Please note: Our (6) payroll calculators that are provided on our web site are only meant to provide general guidance and estimates about the payroll process. They should not be relied upon to calculate exact taxes, payroll or other financial data. They may not match your payroll results precisely and are not intended to provide tax or legal advice.
You should consult with a professional advisor or accountant regarding your specific payroll concerns.