2019 Tax Return Estimator/Tax Withholding Calculator
Keep in mind that you have from now until the end of Tax Year 2019 (December 31, 2019) to adjust your Paycheck Withholding amounts, which will affect your 2019 Tax Return due in 2020. To adjust your withholding amounts, complete Form W-4 and submit it to your employer.
Of course, for long term planning, you can start now and reap the benefits of your Tax Withholding Adjustment for Tax Year 2020 on your Tax Return due in 2021.
Even though the 2019 W-4 Tax Withholding Calculator does not have the final 2019 tax calculation data, this is the best approach to balance your Taxes now. The W-4 Form will require you to enter a number of Allowances. Determining the number of allowances is like trying to swim without water. The point is, in order to accurately determine the right Tax Withholding amount for 2019, you must estimate your 2019 Tax Return now. This calculator will do that for you with the latest available IRS data. Once you have the estimated Tax Return results, we will help you with determining the number of Allowances on your W-4. By the way, the Allowance number approach on the W-4 will go away in 2020 - yay! The IRS has realized that it's very confusing for taxpayers.
Fail to Plan could mean Plan to Fail. Don't let that happen to you. Keep more of your hard earned money.
A Video with Instructions on How to Use the Tax Calculator
W-4 and Tax Withholding Resources
Use the eFile.com Taxometer for an easy to understand W-4 planning approach. Keep in mind that 2019 is the last year when the Number of Allowances are required. In conjunction with the W-4 Tax Withholding Calculator we will help you determine the Number of Allowances.
Click on this link and get a good understanding what this W-4 is all about. If you never completed a W-4, you came to the right place. If you struggled with this W-4 worksheet in previous years or don't like dealing with this Tax Withholding stuff, you are in good hands.
We give you step-by-step tips, considerations, and action items for you to follow throughout the tax year.