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  • Help calculating gross pay to approximate net take home pay.
    Use smartasset or paycheckcity to calculate. Source: 12 months ago
  • 28F, 220K in debt. Is FIRE by 40 reasonable?
    According to a random paycheck calculator, if you live in a no-tax state like Texas, Florida, etc, you are making $98,000 after tax. Source: 12 months ago
  • Anyone know what a 50k salary actually looks like on a biweekly basis?
    Google "paycheck calculator" Here is one option. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Doordashing as a full time job is not worth it anymore
    Here use this calculator to work out finances with Source: about 1 year ago
  • How much should I ask for?
    Regardless of which response you receive, none of this works without knowing YOUR acceptable range. Use Glassdoor and other salary websites to see what the job title usually get at the entry level in your area. Also, use this Smart Assest Website it's a website that provides an approximate take home pay in your state. It was pretty accurate for me but what's important is understanding your minimum. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Should assets be pre-tax or post-tax when calculating your NW for SWR %?
    No, use a calculator that has you enter those as separate line items, like this one: Source: about 1 year ago
  • Questions to ask before accepting job offer in DC? (Moving from UK)
    It will vary by where you choose to live Source: about 1 year ago
  • Looking to move to Manhattan, how's my budget?
    Gotcha, I use this site and I input the office location (in midtown) into the zip so I think it should be accurate? Source: about 1 year ago
  • How much is your check after working two weeks with 40 hours ? Asking because I’m thinking about working at one
    Unfortunately that is a widely varying question. Try This. Source: about 1 year ago
  • has someone created an app or spreadsheet for this yet?
    Start by figuring how much you make after taxes. - Source: about 1 year ago
  • Why do I owe so much in taxes?
    Use something like this to compare to your paychecks. If you're paid commissions in separate checks, it's super easy to see if your regular pay is properly withheld by comparing a normal paystub to the results from this. Since you're saying no other income besides standard wages and commissions, if your regular paycheck checks out, the commissions are to blame. If they're blended into the same check(s) though,... Source: about 1 year ago
  • Asking for some rough advice from some folks with a similar experience to mine.
    You can use to guestimate your take-home pay. Source: about 1 year ago
  • $20k raise to leave a comfortable job?
    Definitely. That bump made a huge difference for me. Plug your info into a paycheck calculator like this one and see how much more you'd earn. Assuming you're paid every 2 weeks like I am, increasing your pay by $20k/year comes out to $769 more per paycheck before taxes. You're probably looking at nearly $500 more per paycheck after taking out taxes and other deductions, if I had to guess. With that, you could... Source: about 1 year ago
  • I (30M) am considering ending my relationship with my partner (26F) due to her $250,000 in debt..
    When people ask me if law school is worth it, I tell them to actually sit down and calculate their monthly loan payments- (tuition after scholarships+cost of living+interest accrued in law school+interest on top of that each year after). It’s very normal to graduate at about 200k and be prepared to pay 5-7% internet (check those rates, I graduated ten years ago). Then check the medium salary of the field they want... Source: about 1 year ago
  • [IWantOut] 27M Canada -> USA
    When you're looking at places, and thinking about what the average salary is for your position there, use this calculator to see if you'll make enough. I used it when I left my home state of Arizona, and found that it overestimated my checks by about $200. Source: over 1 year ago
  • (Seeking Advice/Input): I am single person, no kids, 100k in student loan debt but looking into working as a nurse in California for $55-$75/hr to pay back those loans fast- Is it worth it?
    How much is after tax income? I like this website for calculating the local, state, and federal taxes that will be taken out of your paycheck: Source: over 1 year ago
  • Should I leave 55k job with pension and good benefits? Is it stupid to leave a job with a pension?
    Have you ever used a paycheck calculator? Something like this? Source: over 1 year ago
  • Saw this this tonight as I was browsing reliable cars I can't afford, after getting the mail and seeing the TEN separate med bills because we have insurance but our deductible is 17,000...
    For the pleasure of this kind of service, health insurance costs $300-500+/month. This is after roughly 30-40% of your income has gone to federal income tax, state income tax, social security, and Medicare. You can calculate tax home pay by US location here: Source: over 1 year ago
  • Weekday Help and Victory Thread for the week of February 27, 2023
    Plug your numbers into this calculator and it will spit out a good approximation. No need to reinvent the wheel. Source: over 1 year ago
  • New graduate seeking guidance on savings/planning as a fresh adult
    Start making a spreadsheet with a mock budget so you can figure out roughly what things might cost, and how for example a higher rent will impact you elsewhere. is pretty good to help you figure out what your take-home pay will be. Source: over 1 year ago
  • wondering how to figure out how much is taken out of a single paycheck
    For future paychecks (for example, you want to predict your take-home after you made a change on your W-4), use a paycheck calculator @ paycheckcity, smartasset, or ADP. Source: over 1 year ago

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