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Living in Philadelphia
John on Mar 24, 2012
It would depend on how many exemptions you claim.
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Rob on Mar 24, 2012
Depends on your state income taxes.
your city income taxes.
Plus federal social security and medical taxes
figure loosing at least 750$
Russ B on Mar 24, 2012
Sticks my hand into the hat and pulls the rabbit out…and the rabbit wants to know:
1) What type of income?
2) Are you married or single? Any kids?
3) And most important, what did you put on your W4 and whatever PA calls that form?
In a very general answer…at 48.000 your are probably looking at about 25% withholding, considering all of the taxes I know about maybe, more if you owe local taxes.
Bobbie on Mar 24, 2012
W-4 filled out as single and -0- ZERO Allowances and you do have an employer that would be withholding ALL of the required taxes for this purpose and time in your life and you did correctly complete your W-4 form and signed it and returned the W-4 to your employer for this purpose.
Gross pay $ 4,000.00
Federal income tax $ 644.38
Social Security $ 168.00
Medicare $ 58.00
Net pay (take home) $ 3,006.82
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tro on Mar 24, 2012
5.65% for FICA, maybe 1% or more for a state employee tax, possibly some local kind of tax and the amount of your income tax will depend on how you filed your W-4
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