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kaoi8u8w on Jun 09, 2012
After your tax return probably around 80% of it.
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rtfm on Jun 09, 2012
That depends on what state you live in and what you put down on your W4.
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Judy on Jun 09, 2012
Not nearly enough info. Where? What do you have on your W-4?
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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.
Bobbie on Jun 09, 2012
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.
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tro on Jun 09, 2012
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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