Free Alabama Hourly Paycheck Calculator

With this free Alabama hourly paycheck calculator on your side, you won’t need to worry anymore about getting everyone paid accurately and on time. For easy calculation of your net pay, simply input as many as six hourly pay rates, along with the applicable federal, state, and local tax data. 

This Calculator is provided for Free and without warranty as to its capability or effectiveness for any particular purpose. All promotions are subject to change without notice.

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Free Alabama Hourly Paycheck Calculator FAQs

Our hourly paycheck calculator software is engineer tested for accuracy each time you use it. It also uses a constantly updated tax engine/database to ensure proper tax withholding and make the calculator even easier to use. All in all, you can count on our paycheck calculators to eliminate the stress and lost time that used to accompany your payroll process. 

Here are three of the most frequently-asked-questions about our hourly paycheck calculator and Alabama income taxes: 

  1. Does Alabama have a state income tax?

          Yes, Alabama uses a progress system to determine an individual’s state income tax rate. 

  1. How much do Alabama residents pay?

          Currently, Alabama’s state income tax ranges from 2% to 7%.    

  1. Does the state of Alabama levy income taxes at the county or local level? 

           Yes. The cities of Bessemer, Birmingham, and Gadsden levy taxes at the local level.  

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Additional Resources For Our Paycheck Calculator 

Department of Labor:  This page offers employers and employees access to information on topics such as minimum wage, unemployment insurance, overtime pay, and more. 

Wage and Hour:  This page will direct you to the federal regulations that help govern labor laws in Alabama. 

Employer information: This page is designed to help Alabama business owners start, develop, and maintain their companies.  

Alabama Department of Revenue Homepage:  Our Alabama hourly paycheck calculator will calculate your state taxes for each pay period, but you’ll need the forms found here to file at tax time.