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How much federal tax is taken out of 2000 dollars?

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You do not have a set percentage amount for this purpose.
For the tax year 2010 the social security and medicare tax is withheld by your employer payroll department from your first dollar of your gross earnings at the 7.65% rate.
The 7.65% amount is matched by your employer for a total of 15.3% contribution to the SSA insurance trustee.
Then you will also have other federal income tax amounts and other items that your employer payroll department will be required to withhold from your gross earnings before you will be issued your NET TAKE HOME paycheck.
You should ask the employer payroll department for the amounts that they will have to withhold from your gross earnings.
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