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Q: taxes ( Answered,   3 Comments )
Subject: taxes
Category: Business and Money > Accounting
Asked by: bluetulip-ga
List Price: $40.00
Posted: 01 Sep 2006 17:46 PDT
Expires: 01 Oct 2006 17:46 PDT
Question ID: 761529
If my net salary will be $850.00 a week, how much will be my gross
salary? and i will be pay with de form W 2
Subject: Re: taxes
Answered By: pinkfreud-ga on 03 Sep 2006 11:56 PDT
I have gathered some info that will help to give you a net-to-gross
approximation. Keep in mind that most U.S. states have their own
income taxes, and a few cities do, too, and the rates vary.

Using the "Net to Gross Paycheck Calculator," and assuming a weekly
pay period, a filing status of "single", and no state or local income
taxes, a net paycheck of $850 would be generated by a gross paycheck
of $1,124.62. This uses the withholding schedules for 2006.

Net paycheck $850.00
FICA OASDI    $69.73
FICA Medicare $16.31
Federal tax  $188.58

Here is a screen capture of the results:

Net to Gross Paycheck Calculator

You can find links to information about your state's income tax (if
any) on this page (scroll down the page about halfway to see the list
of states):

Salary Wizard: California & other state tax rates information

This page has a Gross Pay Calculator which includes state income tax.
Just enter the data and select your state, and the calculator will do
the rest:
Paycheck City: Gross Up Calculator

My Google search strategy:

Google Web Search: "net to gross" paycheck

Google Web Search: "gross-up" calculator tax

Google Web Search: "state income tax" calculator

I hope this is helpful!

Best regards,
Subject: Re: taxes
From: pinkfreud-ga on 01 Sep 2006 18:11 PDT
I doubt that anyone can answer this in a very precise way without
knowing where you live (so that city and state taxes can be
calculated) and what income tax deductions you are taking.
Subject: Re: taxes
From: pinkfreud-ga on 01 Sep 2006 18:13 PDT
Does this help?
Subject: Re: taxes
From: scopy-ga on 02 Sep 2006 08:43 PDT
USA TAx rates can be found at

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