Sunday, November 18, 2012

Paycheck calculator to show how the fiscal cliff will affect you

With the Bush tax cuts ending on Dec 31, and a whole new array of taxes are ready to be imposed on the American people beginning on Jan 1, it is difficult to sift through the myriad of articles which try to explain how the fiscal cliff will affect you, if it remains without change by Congress and the White House.

However, there is a now a website that provides a new paycheck calculator that shows American just how much they pay now, and will expect to pay next year if all new taxes go into affect.  The fine programmers at Paycheck City have created a neat application and graph that will allow visitors to see the difference between their 2012 taxes, and those projected for 2013.

Simply click on this link, and select the normal amount of standard deductions your family or individual returns allow.

Fiscal Cliff Calculator and Chart

While Paycheck City does not guarantee the results from this generic calculator, it does allow someone to get a rough, general, ballpark estimate of how much more they will have to pay, starting in 2013 due to the increased taxes.


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