This online paycheck calculator with overtime and claimed tips will estimate your net take home pay after deductions and federal, state, and local income tax withholding.
You can choose between weekly, bi-weekly, semi-monthly, monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual pay periods, and between single and married.
Plus, the paycheck tax calculator includes a built-in state income tax withholding table. Simply select your state and the calculator will fill-in your state rate for you.
Note that the default rates are based on the 2019 federal withholding tables (IRS Publication 15 (2019), Table 7, pg 47), but you can select prior years for comparison purposes.
As you use the pay check calculator, please keep in mind that the results are merely estimates. In fact, whether you realize it or not, your actual net pay from your employer is merely an estimate as well. After all, if any unexpected income or tax-bracket related events occur between now and the end of the year (get a pay raise, lose your job, inherit assets, etc.), your actual income taxes will be different from from the amounts your employer is withholding.
In other words, estimating your withholding taxes is far from being an exact science. Your employer is simply following a mandatory withholding guide provided to them by the IRS. But even the IRS guide can't predict your future, so there's no way to know your exact tax liability prior to actually completing your federal and state income tax forms at the end of the year.