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    I love your software so I bought a license on 8/20/2010. I have a computer repair business and will let my business customers know about your software.

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    We were very impressed with the software so far. ezPaycheck gives us exactly what we need.

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    Thank you for your prompt and excellent support. Not many customer-servicers have the capacity to look beyond getting a dollar today, I think most would have said, "well, we have his money, and it was HIS choice to buy 2010-only rather than wait until the bug was fixed, so case closed". They would keep my dollar today, but never get another one from me again. You, on the other hand, now have my loyatly (though perhaps not much for me to buy from you, haha)

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    How to Calculate 2011 Oregon State Income Tax by Using State Income Tax Table

    1. Find your income exemptions

    2. Find your pretax deductions, including 401K, flexible account contributions ...

    3. Find your gross income

    4. Check the 2011 Oregon state tax rate and the rules to calculate state income tax

    5. Calculate your state income tax step by step

    6. If you want to simplify payroll tax calculations, you can download ezPaycheck payroll software, which can calculate federal tax, state tax, Medicare tax, Social Security Tax and other taxes for you automatically. You can try it free for 30 days, with no obligation and no credt card needed.

    Learn more about the in house payroll tax solution for Oregon small businesses here.
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    2008 Oregon State Tax Witholding Table
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    Tax rate used in calculating Oregon state tax for year 2011

    State Abbreviation:

    OR

    State Tax Withholding State Code:

    41

    Acceptable Exemption Form:

    W-4

    Basis For Withholding:

    State or Federal Exemptions

    Acceptable Exemption Data:

    S, M, H / Number of Exemptions

    TSP Deferred:

    Yes

    Special Coding:

    None

    Additional Information:

    If a state income tax certificate has not been processed or if a valid state exemption code is not present, the Federal exemption code will be used in the computation of state tax or if an invalid marital status (other than S, M, or H) is present with the number of state exemptions, the highest Oregon withholding rate (Single) with the number of exemptions will be used in the computation of state tax.

    Withholding Formula >(Oregon Effective 2011)<
    1. Subtract the nontaxable biweekly Thrift Savings Plan contribution from the gross biweekly wages.

    2. Subtract the nontaxable biweekly Federal Health Benefits Plan payment(s) (includes dental and vision insurance program, and flexible spending account - health care and dependent care deductions) from the amount computed in step 1.

    3. Add the taxable biweekly fringe benefits (taxable life insurance, etc.) to the amount computed in step 2 to obtain the adjusted gross biweekly wages.

    4. Multiply the adjusted gross biweekly wages times 26 to obtain the gross annual wages.

    5. Determine the standard deduction allowance by applying the following guideline and subtract this amount from the annual wages.

    6. If the Employee is:

      The Standard Deduction is:
      Single claiming less than 3 exemptions
      >$1,980
      Single claiming 3 or more exemptions
      $3,960
      Married
      $3,960<
    7. Multiply the biweekly Federal income tax withholding times 26 to obtain the annual Federal income tax withholding (up to a maximum of >$5,950<) and deduct from the result of step 5 to obtain the taxable income.

    8. Apply the taxable income computed in step 5 to the following table to determine the annual Oregon tax withholding.

    9. Tax Withholding Table
      Married or Head of Household
      or
      Single (With Three or More Exemptions)

      If the Amount of Taxable Income Is:

      The Amount of Oregon Tax Withholding Should Be:


      Over:

      But Not
      Over:

      Of Excess
      Over:

      $         0

      $   6,200

      $0

      plus

      5%

      $      0

         6,200    15,500

      310

      plus

      7%

        6,200
         15,500  and over

      961

      plus

      9%

       15,500


      Single
      (With Less Than Three Exemptions)

      If the Amount of Taxable Income Is:

      The Amount of Oregon Tax Withholding Should Be:


      Over:

      But Not
      Over:

      Of Excess
      Over:

      $        0 $       3,100 $   0 plus 5% $      0
            3,100       7,750    155 plus 7%    3,100

         7,750

        and over    481 plus 9%    7,750

    10. Multiply the number of exemptions by >$179< and subtract from the result of step 6 to obtain the annual Oregon tax withholding.

    11. Divide the annual Oregon tax withholding by 26 to obtain the biweekly Oregon tax withholding.
    12. >If the annualized gross pay calculated in Step 4 is less than $125,000, there is no additional tax due and the amount calculated in Step 9 is the current amount of tax to be withheld. Otherwise, continue with the following steps to calculate an additional pay period tax for high-income employees.
    13. If the employee is SINGLE (regardless of number of exemptions claimed) and the annualized gross pay calculated in Step 4 is at least $125,000 but less than $250,000, calculate the additional tax due for high-income earners as follows:

      a. Subtract $125,000 from annualized gross pay.
      b. Divide the result of Step 11(a) by $5,000. Truncate the result to a whole number (e.g. 1.0 through 1.9 = 1) and add one. If the result is greater than 5, use 5.
      c. Multiply the result of Step 11(b) by $120. If the result is greater than $600, use $600.
      d. Multiply the result of Step 11(a) by 1.8%.
      e. Add the amounts calculated in Steps 11(c) and 11(d).
    14. For all tax filers, if the annualized gross pay calculated in Step 4 is $250,000 or more, calculate the additional tax due for high-income earners as follows:
      a. Subtract $125,000 from annualized gross pay.
      b. Multiply the result of Step 12(a) by 2%.
      c. Add $600 to the amount calculated in Step 12(b).
    15. Multiply 77% times 26 to get the number of adjusted pay periods. This represents the number of remaining pay periods in the year based on implementing the additional tax calculation in late March. This calculation has been approved by the State of Oregon for computer programs.
    16. Divide the result of Step 11 or Step 12 by the number of adjusted pay periods calculated in Step 13 to get the additional pay period tax for high income earners.
    17. Add the additional pay period tax for high-income earners to the basic pay period withholding tax calculated in Step 9 to get the current amount of tax to be withheld.<
     


    Weekly Federal Tax Rate:

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