What Is New for California 2015 Payroll Income Tax

by admin 12. December 2014 08:00

Starting Jan 1, 2015, ezPayCheck payroll software use new California tax rate.

California increased the low income exemption from $12,997 in 2014 to $13,267 in 2015 for single, dual income married or married with multiple employers and married with '0' or '1'  allowances on DE 4 or W-4. For unmarried head of household and married with '2' or more allowances on DE 4 or W-4, this number increase from $25,994 to $26,533. The standard deduction for single, dual income married or married with multiple employers and married with '0' or '1'  allowances on DE 4 or W-4 is $3,992. And for unmarried head of household and married with '2' or more allowances on DE 4 or W-4, the standard deduction increased to $7,984. 

California income tax rates range changed from 1.1% to 14.63% and are levied on California residents’ income and non-residents’ income from California sources.EzPayCheck payroll software includes this changes in its 2015 version.

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  • The new State of California 2015 Withholding Tables (Effective Jan 1, 2015) is available at:

California 2015 tax rate

  • The old California State Tax Tables can be found at:

California 2014 tax rate

ezPaycheck 2015 payroll software for small business has been updated with the new 2015 Federal and state tables. New customers are welcome to download and try it free for 30 days with no cost and no obligation at our site.

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Coloradans face nation's only statewide tax vote

by admin 31. October 2011 02:41

The nation's only statewide tax vote on the November ballot asks Colorado voters whether they want to temporarily raise taxes to generate $3 billion for classrooms and colleges — a proposal that has stirred fierce opposition because of the stagnant economy.

The vote could serve as a test of voters' mood on tax increases and their frustration after endless rounds of education cuts in Colorado.

The measure would raise individual and corporate tax rates from 4.63 percent to 5 percent and Colorado's sales and use tax rate from 2.9 percent to 3 percent. The rates would be in effect from 2012 through 2016, with an estimated $2.9 billion in new revenue during that time going to K-12 schools and public colleges.

Learn more at: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/45095450/ns/us_news-life/

View current CO State Income Tax Table at:

http://www.halfpricesoft.com/2011/taxrate-colorado-2011.asp

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