Hello and thank you for using Just Answer,Your federal tax will not really change but the states are not the same in their exemptions and rates.As you probably know NC has rates for tax Low – 6.0%; High – 7.75%. Conn rates are Low – 3.0%; High – 6.7%.NC standard deductions are Single – $3,000; Married filing jointly – $6,000. Conn does not have a standard deduction, they do have very high personal exemptions, Single – $13,000; Married – $24,000; Dependents where as NC uses the same amount as federal.
The rate of tax for Connecticut taxable income for taxpayers filing jointly and qualifying widow(er) with dependent child is:
I can only use the 2012 info to estimate but this is what your salary would be estimated for in Conn<align=center>2012 TAX CALCULATION SCHEDULE
Now the above does not take into consideration any withholding but shows you the rate of tax on your income level.
If you would like to read more about Conn and all the taxes for that state (not just income) here is a linkhttp://www.ct.gov/drs/cwp/view.asp?A=1510&Q=472218