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How much taxes will be deducted if I made $1400 a month in the state of WA?

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I just started a painting job with my uncle and I work about 30-40 a week, roughly. I’m trying to save up for a new car and was wondering roughly about how much money will be taken out due to taxes in the state of WA each month if I made $ 1400. About $ 200? Idk. Oh btw I’m sixteen. (family business)

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  1. Mathew on May 29, 2012 Reply

    This is a quick calculation if paid monthly*

    Monthly Gross Pay $ 1,400.00

    Federal Withholding $ 146.88

    Social Security $ 58.80

    Medicare $ 20.30

    Washington $ 0.00

    SDI $ 0.00

    Net Pay $ 1,174.02

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  2. Bobbie on May 29, 2012 Reply

    And will you be a regular employee with your uncle withholding the required taxes and issuing you a W-2 form after the end of the tax year showing all of the needed necessary social security and medicare taxes FICA and the amount of federal income withheld out out of your GROSS pay earnings for each monthly pay period for this purpose.
    W-4 Withholding certificate filled out as a single taxpayer with -0- ZERO Allowances for this purpose signed and returned to your uncle for this purpose.
    Gross pay $ 1,400.00
    Federal income tax $ 146.88
    Social Security $ 58.80
    Medicare $ 20.30
    Net pay (take home) $ 1,174.02

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    Hope that you find the above enclosed information useful. 05/28/2012

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