We developed a library of paycheck and benefit calculators to aid you in the decision making process for an array of personal and business situations. These calculators offer unmatched features for paycheck modeling and help employees to better manage their paychecks.They are easy-to-use and provide in-depth analysis for virtually any financial scenario, along with graphs, charts and tables. Simply select the link to access the calculator of your choice. Please give us a call if you need assistance with inputting the data or interpreting the information.
Pay Check Calculator
This will calculate your basic take home pay depending on various allowances and deductions.
How Much Will My Company Bonus Net After Taxes?
A bonus from your employer is always a good, however, you may want to estimate what you will actually take-home after federal withholding taxes, social security taxes and other deductions are taken out. Use this calculator to help determine your net take-home pay from a company bonus.
How Will Payroll Adjustments Affect My Take Home Pay?
Contributions to a qualified plan, participation in a company-sponsored cafeteria plan, change in filing status, or number of allowances claimed will have a direct impact on take-home pay. For example, due to federal tax savings, contributions to a qualified plan do not translate into a direct dollar-for-dollar tradeoff on take-home pay. Use this calculator to help compare your current situation to what-if scenarios.
What Is The Future Value Of My Employee Stock Options?
Your company-issued employee stock options may not be ‘in-the-money’ today but assuming an investment growth rate may be worth some money in the future. Use this calculator to help determine what your employee stock options may be worth assuming a steadily increasing company value.
Should I Exercise My “In The Money” Stock Options?
When your employee stock options become ‘in-the-money’, where the current price is greater than the strike price, you can choose from one of three basic sell strategies: Exercise your options, then hold the stock for sale at a later date (exercise and hold); hold your options and exercise them later (defer exercise); or exercise your options and immediately sell the stock (exercise and sell). This calculator will help you decide which choice will likely maximize your after-tax profits.
What Could My 401K Be Worth?
It may surprise you how significant your retirement accumulation may become simply by saving a small percentage of your salary each month in your 401(k) plan. Use this calculator to estimate how much your plan may accumulate for retirement.
What Is The Impact Of Increasing My 401K Contribution?
It may surprise you how significant your retirement accumulation may be simply by increasing the percent of your salary that you save each month in your 401(k). Use this calculator to estimate how much more you could accumulate taking into account any employer match (if applicable).