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The 457 payroll calculator will help you to determine the impact that changing your payroll deductions can have on your financial situation. You can enter your current payroll information and deductions and compare them to your proposed deductions. Try changing your withholdings, filing status or retirement savings and let the payroll deduction calculator show you the impact that these changes can have on the amount of money that you get to take home in your paycheck. This calculator has been updated to use this years withholding schedules.
When completing your W4 for new employment, do you get a little confused on how to fill out your deductions? Should you have more taxes taken out up front and possibly receive a refund from the IRS at the end of the year? Or should you have less taxes taken out up front and take your chances of possibly having to pay the IRS at the end of the year? It may be a pay now or pay later situation, but armed with the right tools (this calculator!) you can calculate which is the best option for you when it comes to payroll deductions.