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Right hey how you doing this is mauling her the valuing air and I want to welcome you to this video we're going to be talking about how you can get up to an $800 tax refund every single month now you've all go any further there's one that you know I am NOT a tax professional I'm just going to let you know what you have access to okay now type of session everything I said you can go validate with the tax professional I just let you know you have access to okay now I see up to $800 all right is just for some is more some is less it all depends on your income and the tax bracket you're in so I want to be sharing some things with you that a lot of people just aren't aware of okay so call it tax refund you know give money more money back from your paycheck money that you're losing out on so just has sent you now after this all right after this video make sure you get that what the person that shared this information with you okay not be to me so it's more than heard the value there make sure you click on the button below of someone with this video we can schedule a free 30-minute coaching session with me I'm going to show you exactly how to get all this set up for yourselves and you can stop losing so much money okay so today when we talk about taxes okay everybody has ever has to spend money on taxes everybody does I don't care what you buy everyone has to pay taxes now one of the biggest tax bills that we pay is attached that's on our paychecks all right and those times on your page and just taking so in your mind you know that okay I work these many hours or this is my salary but we all know that there there is the money you make and then the taxes and the money that you get it that it's sent to you so I'm going to tell you today how you can keep more of that okay we just called it a monthly tax refund how about that now there's a form up there called the form w-4 now as I write form w-4 we show you the camera now I'm pretty sure a lot of you when you started your job you had nobody knows this form as men and I don't mean just nobody but just a hundred people to my knows this form really does okay so we're looking at a one to two percent amount of individuals that know really does for you okay now the first page you want to talk about looks a through G just ask yourself is this me is this me okay you put your total allowances or extensions on eight and then you put that number

FAQ

The company I work for is taking taxes out of my paycheck but has not asked me to complete any paperwork or fill out any forms since day one. How are they paying taxes without my SSN?
WHOA! You may have a BIG problem. When you started, are you certain you did not fill in a W-4 form? Are you certain that your employer doesn’t have your SS#? If that’s the case, I would be alarmed. Do you have paycheck stubs showing how they calculated your withholding? ( BTW you are entitled to those under the law, and if you are not receiving them, I would demand them….)If your employer is just giving you random checks with no calculation of your wages and withholdings, you have a rogue employer. They probably aren’t payin in what they purport to withhold from you.
How can I calculate how much tax do they take out of my paycheck?
Your pay stub should have an itemized breakdown of what is being withheld from your gross salary toward income tax, Social Security, and other programs. While there will likely be adjustments to this in your final tax filing, this should be a good starting approximation and easy to calculate from.
How can the percentage of tax taken out of a paycheck be calculated?
The IRS has a booklet, called Pub 15, or Circular E, that has many charts showing the withholding amounts for single, married, monthly, weekly, multiple dependents, etc.You find your pay amount with your status and the pay frequency in order to determine how much withholding will be taken. This Publication will also show the rates, bracket levels and how the taxes are calculated.If you actually wanted the percentage of tax to pay, then Garrick is correct.
How is federal income tax withholding for each paycheck calculated?
In essence, what you described is what happens.  There are different payroll periods (daily (other), weekly, bi-weekly, semi-monthly, monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, annually) and each payroll period has a different amount associated with it.The next part that is used to determine is if you marked single or married and number of allowances on your W-4.The last part that is used to determine the withholding amount is the amount you are paid during the payroll period.The calculations for the amount being withheld can be convoluted and difficult to understand because of the way the Circular E is written.Over          But not over                                                    of excess over$87            $436                      $0.00 plus 10%                $87 $436          $1,506                   $34.90 plus 15%               $436 $1,506     $3,523                  $195.40 plus 25%         $1,506 $3,523       $7,254                   $699.65 plus 28%             $3,523 $7,254       $15,667                 $1,744.33 plus 33%          $7,254$15,667     $15,731                  $4,520.62 plus 35%         $15,667$15,731                                    $4,543.02 plus 39.6%      $15,731This is the chart from the current Circular E for a single person that gets paid bi-weekly and I'll do my best to explain how your taxes are calculated.Step 1: Subtract the number of allowances (according to pay schedule of bi-weekly) claimed on your.  For this instance, let's say you claimed only yourself so that would be 1.  The amount associated is $151.90.Step 2: Your bi-weekly earnings are $2,000 so subtract $151.90 which leaves $1,848.10Step 3: Locate where $1,848.10 falls within the chart (see bold).This is where it gets confusing because you're going to use the information on the line where your wages fall and read from right to left (see below) when doing the calculationsStep 4: Using the result from step 2 ($1,848.10) and subtract the amount in the "of excess over" column ($1,506) and this leaves you $342.10Step 5: Multiply the result from step 4 ($342.10) by the percentage (in bold) from above (25%) and the result is $85.525 (rounded up to $85.53)Step 6: Add the amount on the same line in bold ($195.40) to the result from step 5 ($85.53) and this is the amount ($280.93) to be withheldSome payroll software will withhold dollars and cents whereas others will withhold only whole dollar amounts.  If the software being used to calculate your withholding rounds, the amount withheld will be $281.There is also a chart in the Circular E that makes the calculations easier and that can be found at Page on irs.gov.You asked if you're going to have too much withheld?  Technically the answer is yes because you will receive a refund (based on the potential of $52,000 annually).  You can change the number of allowances on your W-4 since you know that you'll only be making $26,000 this year (technically) and may only want to have enough taxes withheld to cover the amount you earn.
Can a company take taxes out of my paycheck only having my social security number and without me filling tax forms?
Yes. Most employers are going to require you to complete, sign and hand in the W-4 form *BEFORE* they schedule you for any hours, including training hours. Your failure to comply will in most companies mean you will not be employed and they can fire you with cause. Which a court will uphold as it’s a *FEDERAL LAW*.Now that said, *IF* the company takes you on regardless of your failure to fill out the W-4, they’ll simply take out the maximum in taxes.
What harsh truth did you learn after becoming wealthy?
The harshest truth about having a lot of money is that it will destroy many of your close relationships. Don’t think it will? I’m amused at your naivety.Let’s say you become tremendously wealthy overnight, either by winning the lottery, being drafted first overall to the NBA, or selling a company you started. At first, you’ll be thrilled, ecstatic, etc. But quickly you’ll start to notice the strain that others are putting on you at all times. Loved ones will come to you with needs that are actually wants. You’ll say yes at first, and then they’ll keep coming back for more. And more. And more. You’ll grow resentful. You’ll cut them off. They’ll never forgive you, let alone remember all of your previous generosity. They will call you greedy, selfish, etc. They will blame you for all of their problems. How ironic.Don’t think it will happen to you? Let me give you a few examples of things that have happened to my side of the family, which is considerably richer than any of our other family members. My mother didn’t speak to her father at the time of his death, because his wife (whom he married shortly after my grandmother died) called him the “Jew bastard” while screaming at him on the phone, because he had just cut her off after she spent recklessly the money that had been set aside for the both of them.Also, my dad does not speak to his brother, nor does anyone else on this side of the family, because my uncle’s wife took a similarly nasty stance toward my dad after he caught her funneling money to her family back in Taiwan. I never would have imagined, as a child, that there would come a day when my mother and grandfather didn’t speak. Nor would I have imagined that money would cause my Uncle to act as if he had been born to a different set of parents.My mom constantly feels guilt and pressure from her side of the family, which doesn’t have much money. My cousins on that side chose to continue having children, despite not being able to afford the children they already had, and it has put undue strain on relationships with them. I also, from time to time, am approached by family members on that side of the family with absurd “investment schemes” asking me to connect them to wealthy and influential people that they’ve seen me pictured with on social media or online. It is awkward and uncomfortable when a cousin asks you to reach out to Mark Cuban and ask him to invest in their illegitimate marijuana “startup.”The parents of my close friends would occasionally approach my dad with “investment opportunities.” My dad is far smarter and savvier than any of those people were, and saw right through the bullshit. I learned early that you can’t trust anybody else at all when it comes to your own money, because everyone will tell you how to spend it, and it will always involve them benefitting somehow. Now, as an adult, I’m extremely skeptical of everyone. I assume anybody who knows I’m well off is scheming for ways to screw me. I’m only interested in friendships and relationships with people who are wealthy. I have to insulate myself to protect myself—it’s not out of conceit or arrogance, but rather practicality.Money comes between people like nothing else in this world. Humanity is driven by greed. What is war? Much of the time, it’s two (or more) groups of human beings fighting over land whose resources can be sold for wealth.Another harsh reality of being “wealthy” is that in nearly every instance your wealth will be vastly outmatched by someone else in your life, and it can make your own wealth seem inconsequential. The term “wealthy” really is entirely relative. I live in a zipcode that is world famous for its extreme wealth and opulence (90210). Here, I barely scratch the surface when it comes to overall wealth. The home I live in would sell for a 7 figure sum, and in most zip codes that would make it very much one of the most expensive homes in town. However, as the crow flies, there’s an undeveloped property just a half mile from my home that is asking $1,000,000,000. Yes, that’s a billion dollars for a 137 acre piece of land. In one neighborhood nearby (Trousdale Estates), the median house sells for nearly 10 million. You can spend 10 million on a house and be around the average. It can be hard to wrap one’s head around that.Understanding how the degrees of wealth work is important for anyone trying to make sense of what it is to be “wealthy.” Nowadays, 1 million USD doesn’t go nearly as far as it should—however, it’s more than enough to take care of all your genuine needs for a long while. You won’t have to worry about how to pay for food, shelter, or healthcare. And that goes a long, long way. For that reason, I believe the greatest difference is between 0 and 1 million USD. The jump from 1 million USD to 10 million USD will allow you to live in even greater comfort, and buy more things that you don’t need. I still consider someone who has 1 million to be wealthy, even though they are a far, far cry away from being in a position to spend whatever they want, whenever they want, all the time. Even at 10 or 100 million, you’ll need to be considerate of your spending. If you enter the billions range in liquid holdings, hats off to you. Most likely, you are in a position to spend that way. But few who would be widely considered “wealthy” are worth 10 figures. That’s why those people are famous for their wealth—it’s extraordinarily rare. InIn summary, if you think that having money is a cure all for the woes of life, you will be sorely, sorely disappointed if and when you “become wealthy.”
My company forgot to take out my fica and Medicare from my paycheck. They amended the W-2 on their own end and paid their portion of the taxes. How do I pay mine during filling?
I doubt that they “forgot.” Plus, there’s no reason for them to amend your W-2 unless they subsequently paid your employee FICA, but that’s more complicated than it may seem.If an employer fails to withhold the employee-FICA tax, the employer remains liable to pay the tax that it should have withheld. But you’re liable for it as well. It’s far easier for the IRS to collect it from the employer — the penalty is 100% of the tax amount, so the IRS will usually take that and apply it as the tax itself, if the employer doesn’t correct it himself first. In that case, you no longer owe the tax, but you owe the employer the amount of the tax (without interest or additional penalty), because he paid your tax on your behalf.Here’s where it gets complicated. Whether and how the employer gets the money back from you is a matter to be settled between the two of you — the IRS has nothing to do with it and, frankly, couldn’t care less. And assuming that we’re not in the same calendar year (which we can’t be), the employer just withholding that amount from your pay may very well violate state laws (depending on your state, obviously, but most would require your consent). In the meantime, the employer’s payment of the employee-FICA that it paid was additional wages to you, and the withholding (income tax and FICA) on that has to be taken from your other paychecks (or else the problem would occur all over again).There is a way in which the employer can get away with very substantially reduced penalties, but that applies only in cases of unintentional misclassification (as an independent contractor), and that’s not what happened to you. First, you were given a W-2, which indicates that you were treated as an employee. Second, you dont say anything about “forgetting” to withhold income tax — and that in and of itself disqualifies the employer from taking advantage of these reduced penalties. (If they withheld income tax, they obviously were not mistakenly treating you as a contractor.)
How many taxes are taken out of a $700 paycheck?
The IRS offers a withholding calculator2018 Withholding CalculatorADP offers their versionHourly Paycheck CalculatorPrimePay offers their version tooSalary Paycheck CalculatorI hope one helps