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Your employer payroll department would have to give you the correct percentage that they will be withholding for all of your federal taxes that they will be required to withhold from your gross income.

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Can you file taxes if you are 18 with a gross income of 800.00?

Sure you can and it is possible that you would want to if you had any federal income tax withheld from your gross income because it is possible that you be due a refund of the FIT amount that was withheld.


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You should get the information from your employer payroll department if you really need to know the correct numbers or amount that should be deducted from your gross earnings


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6.2% of an employee's income is withheld as their contribution to Social Security. This withholding is capped at a salary of $118,500


What percentage of gross income is withheld as an employee's contribution to Medicare?

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A number that reduces the amount of money withheld from your pay?

The total Percentage amount of withholding for all items from gross wages or gross income. After the total Percentage amount is withheld from your gross pay amount then your net take home paycheck would be issued to you.


What is the tax withholding percentage deducted depending on the amount of gross pay earned?

All tax the is withheld from your paycheck is based on your gross income for the pay period. The percentage for FICA for the employee is 6.2% and for Medicare tax is 1.45% of your gross income. Now the State and Federal Income tax withheld is based on your gross income but is not just a percentage. There are tax tables that give the amount to be withheld and it takes into account the filing status of the employee and the number of exemptions he/she claims on their W-4 form. The employee can also have additional flat amounts withheld in addition to the tax table amounts. The taxpayer can also claim exempt from Federal and/or State withholding if they did not owe any tax in the previous year and do not expect to have any tax due in the current year. The employee is completely responsible for these actions. The employer matches the FICA and Medicare Taxes that are withheld from the paycheck, so in effect the employer and employee each pay half of these taxes.


W-2 under 200.00 require to file?

Not if you do NOT have any other amounts of gross worldwide income from any other sources. If any federal income tax was withheld you could choose to the 1040 federal income tax return and get a refund of the withheld FIT amount.


Income tax withheld from each paycheckand sent to the state or federal government?

You do NOT have any amount that is withheld from your net take home paycheck after it is issued to you. The amount that is withheld is calculated on your gross earnings for the pay period and is a advance payment of your possible future income tax liability. After your income tax return is completed correctly and IF the amount that is withheld is more than your federal or state income liability then you will receive a refund of the over withheld amount.


How do you get a us tax refund?

By having some income withheld from your worldwide income and then filing an income tax return to claim a refund of some of the amount that may have been over withheld. More than your federal income tax liability on all of your gross worldwide income.