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What percentage of taxes would be taken out of my paycheck?

Asked by: bustermcleod 1752 views YA Discussion

I know I asked this question before, but I forgot to add that I live in Florida and the sales tax is 6.00%. My paychecks would be around $ 1,920. Which would add up to 3,840 a month. (46,080 a year) So how much would get taken out of my paycheck? I am single which means I would be claiming 0.

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  1. Bobbie on Jul 12, 2012 Reply

    The 6% sales tax amount will be determined and added to the cost of the items that you are buying at the store at the time that you do make your purchase for that purpose.
    So for each 10.00 purchase you would add .60 cents at that time to the cost of the item. Or .06 cents to a 1.00 item.
    1.60 or 1.06 RIGHT.
    Gross pay $ 1,920.00
    Federal income tax $ 292.19
    Social Security $ 80.64
    Medicare $ 27.84
    Net pay (take home) $ 1,519.33

    Gross pay $ 46,080.00
    Federal income tax $ 7,012.50
    Social Security $ 1,935.36
    Medicare $ 668.16
    Net pay (take home) $ 36,463.98


    Hope that you find the above enclosed information useful. 07/11/2012

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  2. UpintheAir on Jul 12, 2012 Reply

    Sales tax has nothing to do with your salary.

    We can’t answer this because we don’t know if there is any local tax in your area, or if you have anything else taken out, like a 401(k), an IRA, union dues, pay advances, etc.

    Is your paycheck every two weeks or twice a month?

    How much did you make already this year (affects SS and Medicare withholding)
    Go to a website that allows you to plug in your information and you will have your answer.
    Here is one I found by searching “florida payroll tax”

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  3. tro on Jul 12, 2012 Reply

    sales tax is not withheld from your paycheck

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