Free Minnesota Hourly Payroll Calculator

This free Minnesota hourly payroll calculator is fast, easy to use, and constantly updated with the latest tax information. Use it to calculate your net pay by inputting up to six hourly wage rates and any applicable federal, state, and local tax information.  

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 Minnesota Payroll Calculator FAQs

Our hourly payroll calculator software was developed by a team of skilled programmers, ensuring excellence and accuracy for all calculations. Tax information is delivered in real-time via a secure API connection with our consistently updated tax database, so you can be sure your deductions are correct every time. Count on our payroll calculator to provide ease of use, along with fast and accurate data output, saving you time and money!

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

  1. Does Minnesota withhold personal income taxes? 

          Yes, Minnesota residents pay state income tax on their personal earnings. Use our hourly paycheck calculator to compute the exact amount.  

  1. How much do Minnesota workers’ pay in state income tax? 

          Minnesota’s state income tax rates are between 5.35% and 9.85%. 

  1. How much is minimum wage in Minnesota?

           Minnesota law dictates that workers earn at least $10.00/hr.   

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Additional Resources for Minnesota Payroll

Department of Labor:  This page serves as a portal to the state of Minnesota’s comprehensive labor resources.  

Workers’ Compensation:  On this page, you’ll find all the resources you need to document injured worker incidents and their compensation claims.  

Overtime Laws:  Our Minnesota hourly payroll calculator is the perfect tool for getting everyone paid accurately and on time, but you’ll still need to understand the state overtime laws found on this page.