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If you make $10.00 a hr and work 40 hrs a week how much will you take home after taxes?

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  1. kaoi8u8w on Jun 09, 2012 Reply

    After your tax return probably around 80% of it.

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  2. rtfm on Jun 09, 2012 Reply

    That depends on what state you live in and what you put down on your W4.

    Find out for sure by plugging your numbers in to the calculators at http://www.paycheckcity.com

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  3. Judy on Jun 09, 2012 Reply

    Not nearly enough info. Where? What do you have on your W-4?

    Enter your info at paycheckcity.com to get your answer.

    They’ll take 22.60 a week for social security and medicare.
    If you have single/0 allowances on your W-4, they’ll take$ 45.43 for federal income tax.

    What they take for state and local tax depends on where you are.

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  4. Bobbie on Jun 09, 2012 Reply

    Gross pay $ 400.00
    Federal income tax $ 45.43
    Social Security $ 16.80
    Medicare $ 5.80
    Net pay (take home) $ 331.97
    Single -0- Allowances for this purpose.
    Payroll Withholding Tax Calculator
    This easy to use payroll calculator will help you determine your take home pay. It handles both hourly and salary calculations, federal withholding, FICA (Social security), Medicare, and withholding for all 50 states.

    http://www.suburbancomputer.com/tips_calculator.php

    Hope that you find the above enclosed information useful. 06/08/2012

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  5. tro on Jun 09, 2012 Reply

    you don’t mention your status that you filed on your W-4 to determine how much income tax will be withheld, nor do you mention the state you are in
    you know that 5.65% will be withheld for FICA, and possibly 1% for a state employee tax

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