Salaried Employee's Paycheck Calculator
Here you may calculate net pay or "take home pay." Take home pay is what is left from wages after withholdings for taxes and deductions, but before benefits have been subtracted. Calculations can be based on either their annual salary or earnings per pay period.
Hourly Employee's Paycheck Calculator
Here you may calculate take home pay based on up to six different hourly pay rates that you enter. This is perfect for those who are paid on a changing hourly basis.
Form W4 Assistant
This tool will take you step by step through the process of filling out a Form W-4. The W-4 form determines how much of your pay is withheld to pay Federal, and in some cases, state and local taxes. As the last step, you can even print an official copy to give to the payroll department at your company.
This calculator determines the amount of gross wages before taxes and deductions are withheld, given a specific take-home pay amount.
Flat Bonus Calculator - Percent Method
This calculator uses supplemental tax rates to calculate withholding on special wage payments such as bonuses. If your state does not have a special supplemental rate, you will be forwarded to the aggregate bonus calculator. This is state-by state compliant for those states who allow the aggregate method or percent method of bonus calculations.
Bonus Calculator - Aggregate Method
This calculator uses your last paycheck amount to apply the correct withholding rates to special wage payments, such as bonuses. This is state-by state compliant for those states that allow the aggregate method or percent method of bonus calculations.
Use this calculator to determine how increasing or decreasing an individual's 401K contributions impacts that person's paycheck and retirement savings.