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How much would I make after taxes in Ca. at $15/hr?

Asked by: megan 3430 views YA Discussion

trying to figure out if it is worth it to pay child care etc. if I go back to work..I am not head of household, have one child.

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  • if you make 15 50 an hour how much tax should you take out your check

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  1. brett y on Sep 15, 2011 Reply

    im not going to calculate anything but probably about 12.75 would be my guess. If you look into some churches, some of them not have free child care services. Also, I believe the govt might help pay for your childcare- worth looking in to.

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  2. R K on Sep 15, 2011 Reply

    how many hours a day are you working? how many days a week. what are you claiming on your W-4?
    how far do you travel to get to work? are you paying into social security or for a health plan? add up
    what you make a week then take about 20% away from that.

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  3. Gereen on Sep 15, 2011 Reply

    This is “per week” with two exemptions, yourself and your child.

    Gross pay$ 600.00
    Federal income tax$ 54.42
    Social Security$ 25.20
    Medicare$ 8.70
    California$ 10.82
    Net pay (take home)$ 500.86
    Effective Withholding Rates

    Federal Taxes
    Federal Income Tax: 9.07%
    Social Security: 4.20%
    Medicare: 1.45%
    Total Federal Taxes: 14.72%
    State & Local Taxes
    California: 1.80%
    Total Withholding Rate: 16.52%

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  4. Bobbie on Sep 15, 2011 Reply

    Single and 0 Allowance claimed on the W-4 form that you signed and returned to your employer.
    1 hour at 15 GROSS pay for 1 week would be 15.00

    Gross pay $ 15.00
    Federal income tax $ 0.00
    Social Security $ 0.63
    Medicare $ 0.22
    California$ 0.00
    Net pay (take home) $ 14.15


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  5. tro on Sep 15, 2011 Reply

    you don’t provide enough information
    you know that 5.65% is withheld for FICA.
    1.2% for SDI in Calif.
    if you have a child but not hoh then you must be married so you need to consider both your incomes to determine if returning to work is worth paying the child care

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