Free Oklahoma Salary Payroll Calculator

The free Oklahoma salary payroll calculator below is frequently updated with the most up-to-date tax data and gives you a consistently accurate way to calculate an employee’s net pay. All you have to do is input their annual salary along with the necessary state, federal, 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 Oklahoma Salary Payroll Calculator FAQs 

Rigorously tested for accuracy and speed, this Oklahoma 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 Oklahoma state income taxes:

  1. How much do Oklahoma residents pay in state income tax?

           Oklahoma’s state income tax rate ranges between 0.5% and 5%.  

  1. How does Oklahoma tax retirement income?

           Oklahoma does not tax Social Security benefits and residents can exclude $10,000 in other forms of retirement income.  

  1. How much does the average Oklahoma resident pay each year in state and local income taxes?

          During the 2013 fiscal year, Oklahoma residents paid an average of $757 per year in state and local income tax.   This was nearly 30% lower than the national                          average.  

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Additional Resources for Our Oklahoma Salary Payroll Calculator

Department of Labor:  The Oklahoma Department of Labor Homepage is your starting point for gaining access to the state’s numerous labor and payroll resources.  

Workplace Fairness:  This page gives employers and employees access to the state agencies that enforce the laws prohibiting harassment, discrimination, and wage theft.  

Wage and Hour Page: This page contains a wealth of information on overtime pay, youth labor laws, and minimum wage requirements. The resources found here can be a great supplement to our Oklahoma salary payroll calculator.