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Scottsdale, Arizona (PRWEB) June 11, 2014

PaycheckCity.com offers employees self-service tools for w4 form paycheck management including free personal finance calculators. Individuals can model “what-if” scenarios using wages and other paycheck figures to determine the impact on take-home pay. The popular site receives nearly 5 million impressions each month and has become the standard for the payroll industry. Users of the website will discover an enhanced experience featuring a responsive web design on all calculator pages. With responsive web design, the site works across all devices and browsers and now has easier reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing and scrolling. Other features include a faster load time so that individuals can make paycheck calculations more quickly and customized content that refreshes only portions of the page that the user needs.

 

In addition to these technical features, PaycheckCity.com also displays the new branding of parent company, Symmetry Software. In a letter to customers sent out last week, Tom Reahard, Founder and CEO of Symmetry Software wrote, To keep pace with the changing innovation in our products and in the evolving payroll industry, we saw rebranding Symmetry Software as an opportunity to reestablish our presence as innovators in payroll software, strengthen our brand awareness, and inspire employees, customers, and users alike around our belief that you can get the right taxes, the first time. The new branding is simple, fun, and memorable, and highlights how Symmetry helps simplify the payroll process with their dependable and accurate payroll withholding tax solutions.

 

Symmetry will continue to offer a variety of free payroll tax tools through its websites PaycheckCity.com, Payroll-Taxes.com, Payroll-Point.com, and StateW4.com, in addition to its four main software products.

 

To learn more about Symmetry Software or PaycheckCity, visit: http://www.symmetry.com.

 

About Symmetry Software

 

Founded in 1984, Symmetry Software specializes in payroll and payroll-related withholding tax software applications for the Internet and corporate intranets. Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, Symmetry runs four payroll-related Web sites:
PaycheckCity.com: Offers employees self-service tools for paycheck management including free personal finance calculators. Individuals can model “what-if” scenarios using wages and other paycheck figures to determine the impact on take-home pay.

StateW4.com: Online form-preparation process for federal, state, and local withholding forms.

Payroll-Taxes.com: A payroll research library for industry professionals, including free paycheck calculators and a paycheck community message board.

Payroll-Point.com: The latest mapping technologies deliver appropriate tax withholding settings based on the home and work addresses of an employee.



I worked over the summer and my salary was 2500. However, they already took taxes out and I only got 2100. I already filled out a W4 form before I started work. Would I still have to file an income tax form with a salary like this? Also, will I be getting some of that 400 dollars back during tax return time?
I’m 22 yrs old.
So would I be given my full 400 back?

Answer by titchyc
depending on yr age you are allowed to earn over 5k before its taxale

Answer by MukatA
Your total salary income is less than your filing requirement. But you must file to get refund of some of your taxes.

From your wages social security and medicare taxes are withheld at 7.65%, which amounts to $ 191. You will not get this back.
You will get all your federal tax back. If there is State tax, you will get most of it back.

Answer by StephenWeinstein
File a return. If you file and were not required to file, you will get all of the withheld income tax back. If you do not file and were not required to file, you will get nothing back. If you file and were required to file, you may get back some or all, or you may owe money. If you do not file were required to file, you will still owe that money, and you will owe interest and/or penalties.

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