Quick Tip: Figure Out Your Take-Home Pay

November 19, 2007


Here’s a quick and easy way to figure out your take-home pay. This calculator on Yahoo lets you figure out your take-home pay by inputting how much your gross pay is per pay period plus any allowances and deductions you have. So take out your pay stub and fill in the information! You can input “what-if” situations to see how a change in 401k withholding and other things can impact your take-home pay.

If you want to get a little more detailed, you can check out this calculator (hourly) which allows you to pick a state to get an even more accurate number for your take-home pay by calculating your state’s income tax rate and more.

Here’s one for if you’re on salary rather than an hourly wage. These are powered by PaycheckCity.

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One Response to “Quick Tip: Figure Out Your Take-Home Pay”

  1. For some details on your pay raise please continue. Below is a letter that you can use to help validate your pay raise. This letter is for you to hand deliver and discuss with your CPA. It is suggested that you interview two or three CPAs unless you already have one you like. This effort can easily put 10% more income every month starting next month.

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