Free New York Hourly Paycheck Calculator

With this free New York 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 New York 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 New York income taxes: 

  1. Does New York impose a state income tax on its residents? 

          Yes, the state of New York uses a progressive system to determine how much income tax an individual pay 

  1. What is the state income tax rate in New York?

           New York’s state income tax currently stands between 4% and 8.82%.

  1. How much is the minimum wage rate in New York?

          New York’s state minimum wage is $11.80/hr.  

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Additional Resources for Our Paycheck Calculator

Department of Labor:  With up-to-date information on a wide range of the state’s labor and tax laws, New York’s Department of Labor Homepage has helpful resource for employers and employees alike.  

New Hire Reporting:  Here, employers can find the information they need to report new hire properly.  

Information for Employers:  Use the information found on this page in conjunction to our New York hourly paycheck calculator to make sure you stay compliant with the state’s various employment laws.