Tax Form Calculator


The Tax Form Calculator has been providing free online salary calculations and tax estimating tools since 2013. Use the tax and salary calculators on the Tax Form Calculator to estimate tax, complete and calculate specific tax forms online and compare salaries in different states across the USA.

Yearly Tax Form Calculator [ Federal & State ]
*** Please Enter your Yearly Gross income.
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Calculate and estimate your 2019/2020 tax return, simply enter your gross salary. If you wish to calculate your tax return for a previous tax year, select historic tax years from the dropdown menu. The tax calculator uses 2019/2020 State tax tables.

The Yearly Federal Tax Calculator 2019/20 is an easy to use online Tax calculator with Personal allowance (refundable & non-refundable tax credits), Federal Tax, State Tax, Medicare, Social Security and Yearly Income Tax deductions. The Tax calculator is free to use, our only request is that you provide feedback is you spot an error and share on your favourite social media platform to help us grow and maintain this free income tax tool.

Did you know we also provide individual Federal tax forms online which automatically calculate your tax deductions? We also provide individual state tax forms for specific states (inc. California and New York), we continue to add tax forms weekly and aim to provide an auto-calculating tax calculator for each tax form in each State.

Tips for using the Tax Form Calculator

  1. Use the Advanced Tax Calculator to edit your refundable and non-refundable tax credits
  2. Ensure you click calculate after you make changes
  3. Use the drop down to select different tax calculation results, view specific tax worksheet examples and find tailored calculations to support your tax return calculations.

Quick Salary Calculation

  1. Enter your Yearly income and expenses as required
  2. Select State for State Tax Calculation.
  3. Press Calculate to see your salary after tax and take home breakdown - Tax made Simple
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Your Tax Status & Family
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Deduction and Local Tax Options
Additional Tax Considerations
IRA and 401K Calculator
Withholdings Calculator
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1 Do not include yourself or your spouse.

The Tax Form Calculator allows you to calculator your salary after tax and estimate your annual tax return to help reduce the amount of income tax you pay each year by making the most of tax credits and personal tax allowances

Advanced Tax Calculator Guide

The advanced features of the Tax Form Calculator provide more control of expense deductions and tax credits, allowing you to produce an estimation of your annual tax return so you can manage your tax withholdings.

  1. Enter your Yearly income.
  2. Check the box - Advanced Federal Tax Calculator
  3. Enter specific Income and Expense amounts
  4. Choose Standard or Itimized Tax Return Calculation
  5. Confirm Number of Dependants
  6. Confirm Number of Children you claim Tax Credits for
  7. Enter Tax Withholdings for Tax Rebate Calculation
  8. Select other relevant tax factors (Age related tax allowances, head of household tax allowance, tax-deferred retirement plan, cafeteria etc)
  9. Click Calculate to see your tax, medicare and take home breakdown - Federal Tax made Simple

State Tax Form Calculators

Select one of the specific state tax calculators from the list below to calculate state specific tax and salary after tax estimates based on specific states.

How to estimate your tax return

You can quickly estimate your tax return by following the steps in the Simplified Tax Return Calculation below, alternatively use the advanced features for more specific tax calculations (instructions available below the calculator)

Yearly Tax Calculator

You may prefer to use the State Tax calculator which is updated to include the State tax tables and rates for 2019-2020 tax year.

2019/2020 Tax Refund Calculator

Calculate your total tax due using the tax calculator (updated to include the 2019/2020 tax brackets). Deduct the amount of tax paid from the tax calculation to provide an illustration of your 2019/2020 tax refund.

Tax Illustrations

Looking for a quick snapshot tax illustration and example of how to calculate your tax return? Go to our Salary Tax Illustrations and select an annual salary assessment for an instant tax illustration with tax breakdown and Medicare example.

Updates to the 2019/2020 Tax Calculator

The following updates have been applied to the Tax calculator:

  • Selectable Tax year.
  • Tax calculations allow for Tax-Deferred Retirement Plan.
  • Tax calculations allow for Cafeteria or other Pre-Tax Plans.
  • Specify total income or select advanced for detailed income breakdown, ideal for pensioners and those receiving Social Security Benefits who want to calculate Form 1040 lines 20a and 20b
  • Specify total expenses or select advanced for detailed expenses breakdown, ideal for pensioners and those receiving Social Security Benefits who want to calculate Form 1040 lines 20a and 20b
  • Selectable Tax year.
  • Updated to include 2019/2020 Federal tax rates.
  • Updated to apply Medicare and Social Security deductions as Pre-Federal Tax calculation Thank you Justin Duel.
  • Calculate Child Tax Credit Refunds.
  • Apply Local Tax rate deductions.
  • Apply Earned Income Tax Credits (Currently works with Child Tax Credits only, further suggestions welcome).
  • Personal Exemptions Phaseout added.

Note: Deaf, Blind or Disabled and Qualified Disabled Veterans are currently active for Michigan only.

This federal tax calculator is as good as the feedback, your support, requests and bug catches help to improve the accuracy of the tax calculator for all.

This tax calculator aims to balance ease of use with transparency of tax calculation but is provided for illustration only. Remember that you should always seek professional advice and audit your tax return