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Jan
17
2018

We’re pleased to announce 2018 Federal Withholding tax changes are implemented on PaycheckCity.com’s suite of calculators.Read More

Jan
15
2018

PaycheckCity releases tax reform calculator and interactive graph to demonstrate the impact of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act on 2018 paychecks.Read More

Jan
09
2018

Did you receive a Christmas bonus this year? Wondering where it all went after it was withheld? Let’s dive into the details of how a bonus is taxed. Read More

Jan
08
2018

PaycheckCity calculators will be updated with 2018 federal tax changes as soon as the IRS releases 2018 withholding tables and systems. Until then, the IRS advises using 2017 tables. Read More

Dec
29
2017

PaycheckCity, the paycheck calculator website serving nearly 10 million users each year, released its latest innovation today: PaycheckCity Profiles.Read More

Dec
19
2017

If you are a part of the gig economy, such as a driver for a car sharing service you are most likely considered an independent contractor. While it may seem like you work for Uber or Lyft, you are self-employed.Read More

Dec
12
2017

Are you worried you won’t have enough money when your bills are due? You’re not alone.Read More

Dec
05
2017

With all the talk of restructuring our tax code from the current administration, the great debate of who feels the brunt of the tax burden has surfaced once again.Read More

Nov
28
2017

A tax turtle is not a reptilian accountant. Rather, it is a person or small business who carries her business on her back.Read More

Nov
22
2017

Employers do not contribute to income tax, as they do for payroll tax. Therefore, you could think of payroll tax as a nominal tax of your paycheck that you share with your employer.Read More

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