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The 2019/20 US Tax Calculator allow you to calculate and estimate your 2019/20 tax return, compare salary packages, review salary examples and review tax benefits/tax allowances in 2019/20 based on the 2019/20 Tax Tables.
iCalculator provides the most comprehensive free online US salary calculator with detailed breakdown and analysis of your salary including breakdwon ito hourly, daily, weekly, monthly and annual pay and tax rates. Simply enter your annual earning below and hit Submit to see a full Salary and Tax illustration for the United States. Use the advanced salary calculations to tweak your specific personal exemption and standard deductions.
US Salary and Tax Calculator updated for 2019/20. The Salary Calculator takes into account all deductions including Marital Status, Marginal Tax rate and percentages, income tax calculations and thresholds, incremental allowances for dependants, age and disabilities. You can calculate your take home pay based of your annual salary and include tax deductible elements such as head of household, blind and age related allowances.
Please contact us if you identify an error or have a feature request / additional requirement for this salary calculator.
iCalculator also provides historical US Federal Income Tax figures so you can review how much tax you have paid in previous tax years or you can use our Salary Tax calculator 2019/20 to see home much your take home salary will be this year. See the guide below for specific information on each element that is taken into account when calculating your take home pay including federal tax forms, medicare, social security portion etc.
iCalculator is a collection of online calculators which are specifically designed for online use via computers, mobile phones and tablets. The calculators provided on this website are free to use, we hope you find them useful and kindly ask that you provide feedback (by contacting us through our website or by contacting us through Facebook). iCalculator is an ongoing project that aims to provide calculators for our community for all their personal and business needs. We regularly add new calculators and provide new online calculators on request as well as expanding on the calculators we have in each section.
We know it's nerdy but calculators are our passion and we aim to make our calculators easy to use and understand. When practicable, we provide detailed breakdown of the calculations and supporting information so that you understand exactly how the calculator works and what information you need to know. A good example of this is our tax calculator, which provides a line by line calculation explanation, analysis and links to supporting information so that you can have a clear understanding of how your tax (Medicare, Social Security etc.) are calculated. Did you know you can leave feedback, request new calculator features and get advice and support from our community on our forums? Join us now.
The iCalculator project was launched in 2009. In the early days iCalculator simply provided a few mathematical calculators. As the years have past, iCalculator has grown and grown and now provides dedicated advice and support (with tax guides, supporting articles and clarification of terminology). We have, and continue, to refine our calculators to provide more detailed breakdown, results and information so that you have the tool you need.
The United States Tax and Salary Calculator was added in early Jan 2013 after a request for further detail and explanation of tax deductions and salary deductibles as we provide in our other tax calculators. We hope you find that the Federal Tax Calculator makes it easier for you to understand your salary breakdown and tax deductions and kindly ask that you highlight any bugs / let us know of any feature requirements by (by contacting us through our website or by contacting us through Facebook).
Our community is the world, well, a fair bit of it! iCalculator is most popular in the United Kingdom, Australia, United States and now we are helping Jamaican's with their tax calculations. We regularly get feedback and support from those countries and would like to acknowledge and thank all those who have supported us over the years (too many to name them all).
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