Salary Calculator
Hourly Calculator
W4 Assistant
Gross Up Calculator
Bonus Pay Percent
Bonus Pay Aggregate
401(k) Calculator
Dual Scenario Salary
Dual Scenario Hourly
More Calculators
Next Story
Jan 06, 2014

Symmetry Software, creators of and specialists in payroll withholding tax solutions for the internet and corporate intranets, announced today the completion of the 2014 tax updates to its PaycheckCity® paycheck calculators. With hundreds of tax updates included in the calculators, individuals can now calculate on PaycheckCity® the payroll withholding for their first paycheck of 2014, providing valuable information about what their take-home pay will be.

PaycheckCity® 's online payroll calculators have been updated to include the latest 2014 tax information following changes in federal, state, and local tax codes.  Individuals can use the site's self-service tools to model what their take-home pay will look like given the tax changes announced early this year.  Last year, the fiscal cliff sent employers scrambling to implement the new social security tax rate and adjust for any underwithholding of social security tax from previous pay periods.  This year has proved a much smoother process as states and local districts and municipalities update their tax rates.

Here's how the calculators work: To see what an individual's likely take-home pay for 2014 is, visit PaycheckCity® and navigate to a standard paycheck calculator.  Enter a check date, state for withholding, gross pay, pay frequency, federal filing status, and number of federal allowances. Complete the additional state and local information and make sure to include any voluntary deductions or other additional withholding that the worker is subject to in order to get the most accurate result.  Click “calculate” to see the 2014 paycheck results including gross pay, deductions from the paycheck, and net pay or take-home pay.  PaycheckCity® even provides a variety of print views for individuals to capture their paycheck results.

For the average American worker, not much will change from 2013 to 2014 concerning their take-home pay.  PaycheckCity® offers self-service tools for paycheck management where individuals can model "what-if" scenarios using their wages and other paycheck figures to determine the impact on their take-home pay.  Tom Reahard, CEO of Symmetry Software, states that over 300 tax updates for 2014 were coded in the
Symmetry Tax Engine, which powers PaycheckCity® calculators.  
To use the 2014 payroll calculators or to learn more, visit

comments powered by Disqus
What You Missed
Four New States Set To Increase Minimum Wage
Massachusetts Employers Can No Longer Ask About Your Past Salaries
How Many W-4 Allowances Should You Claim?
How Often Will You Pay Your Employees?
How Much of Your Bonus Will You Take Home?
What is FICA? 3 Things You Need to Know
Company Information
About Us
Contact Us
Press Room
Follow Us
1999- Symmetry Software, All Rights Reserved