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The United States (US) Salary Calculator is a versatile salary calculator that allows you to calculate your salary after tax in any state in the United States. By default, the US Salary Calculator uses the latest tax information as published by the IRS and individual State Governments though you can choose previous tax years is required, 2019/20 is simply the default tax year used for the Federal Income tax calculations and State Income tax calculations. If you would like to calculate your salary after tax and see full employer payroll and employee payroll calculations, simply choose the state you wish to calculate your salary package and income tax in. If you are simply looking to compare a salary, view a salary package or compare income tax rates and payments between different states in the United States, use the US Salary Comparison Calculator as this tool allows you to compare current and historical tax years and well as compare the same or different salaries within the same State or between different States.
Each of the State Salary Calculators allows you to calculate your annual salary after tax including Medicare, Social Security, Pension Contributions and other payroll associated deductions and calculations. Each State Salary Calculation provides a full example that shows how tax is calculated in each state, this is particularly useful when calculating your annual tax return for 2019. The state salary calculators are designed for providing a quick calculation of salary after tax. If you are a jobseeker or currently looking for a new job or comparing salaries or salary packages across different markets and roles, use the salary comparison calculator as this tool allows you to compare upto 6 different salaries in the same state or different states as required.
Each year, the United States publishes new Tax Tables for the new tax year, the Tax Tables are published by the Inland Revenue Service (IRS). Each of these tax tables contains rates and thresholds for business tax, corporation tax, employer tax, employee tax, property tax, import tax, export tax, sales tax and other tax rates and thresholds as well as providing instruction and guidance for changes to specific tax law and/or tax legislation.
These tax tables are then, amongst other things, used to calculate tax and associated payroll deductions. The changes to the tax tables can be long and often contain information that , whilst important, is not relevent to the majority of taxpayers who pay most of their direct tax via their salary income. The Federal tax tables listed below contain relevent tax rates and thresholds that apply to salary calculation and are used in the salary calculators published on iCalculator. The Federal tax tables are provided here for your reference.
iCalculator provides the most comprehensive free online US salary calculator with detailed breakdown and analysis of your salary including breakdown into hourly, daily, weekly, monthly and annual pay and tax rates. Simply enter your annual earning and hit Submit to see a full Salary after tax calculation for any State in the United States.
The US Salary Calculator is updated for 2019/20. The US Salary Calculator considers all deductions including Marital Status, Marginal Tax rate and percentages, income tax calculations and thresholds, incremental allowances for dependants, age and disabilities, Medicare, Social Security and other payroll calculations. This includes employer salary calculations and employee salary calculations. 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.
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 view your salary after tax this year. Did you know we also provide salary comparison calculators, tax return calculators and other excellent online calculators.