Payroll Calculators - Paycheck Calculators - Web Based Calculators
Also Known As: payroll calculator, pay or, salary calculator, paycheck calculator, pay check calculator, payroll tax calculator, payroll tax calculators, take home pay calculator, payroll hours calculator, wage calculator, payroll services calculator.
The payroll calculators that are provided on this web site are only meant to provide general guidance and estimates about the payroll process. They should not be relied upon to calculate exact taxes, payroll or other financial data. They may not match your payroll results precisely and are not intended to provide tax or legal advice.You should consult with a professional advisor or accountant regarding your specific payroll concern.
- The Paycheck Payroll Calculator »
To help you calculate your "take home pay", which is wages after withholding and taxes. Salaried employees can enter earnings per pay period.
- The Hourly Paycheck Payroll Calculator »
You may calculate take home pay based on up to six different hourly pay rates that you enter.
- The Gross Pay Payroll Calculator »
Here you can determine the amount of gross wages before payroll taxes and deductions are withheld, given a specific take-home pay amount.
- The Bonus Calculator (aggregate method) »
This payroll calculator uses your last paychecks amount to apply the correct payroll withholding rates to special wages payments, such as bonuses. This is state-by state compliant for those states that allow the aggregate method or percent method of bonus calculations.
- The Bonus Payroll Calculator (percentage method) »
This payroll calculator uses supplemental tax rates to calculate payroll witholding on special wage payments such as bonuses. If your state does not have a special rate, you will be forwarded to the aggregate bonus payroll calculator. This is a state-by-state compliant for those states who allow the aggregate method or percent method of bonus payroll calculations.
- The 401(k) Payroll Calculator »
This advanced payroll calculator helps you plan for the future. Simply fill in your paycheck and 401(k) numbers. You can adjust the rate of return, contribution percentage and current plan balance to determine the value of your money in the future. This information is shown in both graphical and table format. For more information link to 401(k), Defined Benefit, IRA, Profit Sharing.