I am still not clear on what you are asking here. As I look at this, I do not know if you mean how much you as an employer have to withhold, or how much you as an employee has to put on the form W-4.
I appreciate your patience as we gather enough information to provide the very best and most accurate answer for you.
The U.S. tax system is complicated.
In order to advise about a W-4 so you would know what to tell to your employer, I would need not only the number filing status, but:
number of other dependents in addition to your spouse
whether or not your spouse worked
amount of 401(k) contributions in percentage or dollar amount
If you have and the amount of any mortgage insurance, property taxes, and mortgage interest.
Based on the information so far, on a W-4 form, you would claim married and 3 exemptions. REFERENCE: http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/fw4.pdf
you can get a more accurate number if you complete all lines in the form as instructed.
If you are employer wanting to know what the paycheck looks like, a more accurate picture can be had if I also know the city and state. IN the meantime, federal should look like this:
Assumption: on w-4 claiming married and 3 exemptions:
Federal Filing Status
# of Federal Exemptions
Additional Federal W/H
|Your Pay Check Results|
Bi-weekly Gross Pay