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Is there a tax calculator on the web somewhere that would help me figure out what my paychecks will look like in 2000?

I want to know what federal and state withholding taxes and social sec/medicare taxes are withheld.

I know that my 401K, child care reimbursement, and healthcare costs are taken right off of the gross, so this reduces my taxable income. I can handle that... but I just want to know the size of my paycheck after the taxes so I can budget.

Any advice or direction is greatly appreciated.

Thanks! -Sheri
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