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If I earn 9000 per month how much should i withold for tax

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If I earn 9000 per month how much should i withold for tax payment as self employed? Marrie filing separately with no dependents?
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Lane replied 3 years ago.

Lane :

Hi

Lane :

Here the projection for the annual amount:

Lane : <table border="0" class="simpletable">


Gross income
$108,000


Qualified plan contributions
-
$0


Adjusted gross income
=
$108,000


Standard/Itemized deductions
-
$6,100


Personal exemptions
-
$3,900


Taxable income
=
$98,000


Tax liability before credits
$21,173


Child tax credits
-
$0


Estimated tax liability
=
$21,173


Lane :

21,172 / 4 =5293.25 per quarter

Lane :

5293.25

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Expert:  Lane replied 3 years ago.
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.
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Expert:  Lane replied 3 years ago.

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