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if I know the starting salary for new employment in a US state, is there a website/formula to plug in my W4 option and see what will be net pay (not gross) after
government taxes. thanks.
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Since you are dealing with the IRS you may want to consider their withholding calculator.

You can use estimates as you can see in the tips for using the calculator. It was current as of November in time for tax season which is under way now.

http://www.irs.gov/Individuals/IRS-Withholding-Calculator
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There is one business that can always find you. And they have interest and penalties. The name of the business is the IRS. So remain their friend if you can.
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