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How much taxes would be taken out of 350000.00?

  Your question has a few qualifyers that go unanswered in its brevety. However, if we assume that you are a wage earner (as opposed to self-employed) and you are single,
Can you request no taxes be taken out of your paycheck?

Can you request no taxes be taken out of your paycheck?

You can request that no federal income tax be taken out of your paycheck. You cannot request that no Social Security tax be taken. State tax rules vary by state. But be awar
How much of your paycheck is taken for tax?

How much of your paycheck is taken for tax?

You do not have any set percentage amount for this purpose. You employer payroll department may be able to give you an amount that they are required to withhold from your gros

If you are a minor do you get federal taxes taken out of your paycheck?

Yes. At the same rates as anybody else. (There are some special treatments for children who work as household employees or who work for their own parents.) Of course, if you

Why is no federal tax was taken from my paycheck?

Possible reasons: 1) Your income is very low. 2) The number of withholding allowances on your W-4 is very high. 3) You claimed "exempt" on your W-4. 4) Your employer i

What percentage should be taken out of a paycheck for federal taxes?

That is going to vary greatly based on you paycheck. The two factors are the number of dependents you claim on your W-4 when you fill it out and your totally annual salary. An

How many taxes should be taken out of your paycheck?

Social Security and medicare insurance amount of 7.65% will be withheld from your gross pay plus the other amount the employer payroll department will be required to withhold