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UNDERSTANDING YOUR PAYCHECK
Quick Tips on Calculating the Net Pay of a Paycheck
(Using the above paycheck as an example)
Step 1: Calculate total earnings: $720.00
Step 2: Calculate social security: - $27.30
Step 3: Calculate Medicare: -$9.42
Step 4: Calculate Federal Withholding: -$47.68
Step 5: Calculate applicable state, local, disability, and unemployment insurance withholdings: -$30.57
Step 6: Calculate adjustments (pretax and post-tax amounts). -$70.10
Step 7: From total earnings, subtract all employee withholding taxes, then add or subtract all adjustments
based on how they impact net pay. The end result is the net pay amount or “take-home” pay. $534.93
Employer Name and Address
Check Date. The date that
your check can be cashed or
when you should expect
Direct Deposit in your bank
Employee Name and Address
Number 4: Net Pay. Also
known as “take home pay”.
It is income after necessary
taxes and deductions have
been withheld. May include
Direct Deposit Bank Account
information as well.
Number 5: Allowances and Exemptions.
Personal exemptions reduce the employee's
taxable income on the employee's Form 1040
(US Individual Income Tax Return). When
entered into the payroll system, they reduce
the same amount of wages from income tax
withholding and therefore approximate the
employee's tax liability at the end of the year.
Number 6: Earnings. Earnings are your gross
pay before taxes and deductions. This area
contains hour, wage and salary information for
the current pay period including hours worked,
type of earnings (i.e., regular, sick, vacation,
holiday) and year- to date earnings.
Number 7: Deductions. An amount that is or
may be subtracted f