Free Wisconsin Hourly Payroll Calculator

This free Wisconsin 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 Wisconsin Payroll Calculator FAQs 

Rigorously tested for accuracy and speed, this Wisconsin salary payroll calculator makes getting everyone paid a much easier process. It’s also backed by a tax database that’s constantly updated with the latest tax data. With so many advanced tools together in one place, you can take guesswork out of the payroll process and eliminate unnecessary frustration along the way.  

Below, you’ll find three of the most frequently-asked-questions about our free salary payroll calculator and Wisconsin state income taxes:  

  1. Do Wisconsin residents pay a personal state income tax? 

           Yes, the state uses a progressive tax structure that’s comprised of four different tax brackets.  

  1. How much are state income tax rates in Wisconsin?

          Depending on your annual income and marital status, state income tax rates in Wisconsin range between 3.86% to 7.65%.  

  1. What is the minimum wage rate in Wisconsin?

           Wisconsin’s minimum wage is currently set at $7.25/hr. 

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Additional Resources for Wisconsin Payroll

Department of Workforce Development: This page serves as a portal for Wisconsin’s many payroll and employer/employee resources. 

Workers’ Compensation:  Here, employers can find all the information they need to know about worker’s compensation in Wisconsin.  

Labor Standards Laws:  Our Wisconsin hourly payroll calculator will help you get everyone paid accurately, but this page also contains other important information employers need to stay compliant.