How can I Calculate my Paycheck?

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To calculate your paycheck, you first need to know what deductions are coming out other than tax. Some people will have to subtract both taxes and benefits, such as health insurance. A good rule of thumb is to subtract 15-20% for tax.
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The easiest way to calculate your paycheck is by taking the number of hours you worked and multiplying that buy your hourly rate. Once you have that number, then you divide that by 20% and you should have around the amount you will make.
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1. Calculate federal income tax according to the employee's W-4 and IRS Circular E. Obtain her filing status from line 3 and her allowances from line 5 of her W-4. Find the IRS withholding
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You can calculate your paycheck by keeping track of the hours that you have worked for the week. You then take that number of hours and multiply it by the rate at which you are being
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I'm not sure exactly what you want to calculate. If you want to calculate how much will be withheld for taxes, try this calculator: http://www.paycheckcity.com/NetPayCalc/netpaycalculator.asp
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Your paycheck taxes are calculated based on your states taxes, as well as the
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