Tax Withholding Calculator
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- What's a W-4?
- Why should I adjust my tax withholding with Form W-4?
- How do I update my tax withholding on a W-4 form?
- Paycheck Withholding Calculator (this page)
This free-to-use tax withholding calculator will help you to prepare a completed Form W-4. Based on the information you provide, the calculator will choose the appropriate number of allowances for your situation and help you to fill our your W-4 that you give to your employer.
Get started below by determining your allowances. Once you have determined your allowances, you can estimate your paycheck withholdings.
1. Estimate Your Allowances
This section will help you determine the recommended number of allowances you should claim on your W-4. You are free to change this number on the actual form, but let this serve as a guide. You may wish to reference the W-4 Personal Allowances Worksheet. We suggest that you refer to Form W-4 while completing this section of the estimator.
2. Estimate Your Paycheck Withholding
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Paycheck Withholding Information
This section will help you to figure out what your estimated paycheck withholding and your net take-home pay will be.
Estimated Paycheck Withholdings
These are the estimated results of using the number of allowances recommended above. You can change your allowances to see how it will affect your withholdings and your net income. Here are some tips to optimize your withholdings.