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Federal withholding tax rates are the percentages an employer uses to withhold federal income tax from an employee's payment, according to the Internal Revenue Service. The federal income tax is a pay-as-you-go tax, and ... More »

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Employers calculate federal withholding tax by using the information on a Form W-4 that an employee fills out when he first starts work or experiences life events that change the withholding amount, reports the IRS. Empl... More »

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For 2015, fill out an employee's withholding allowance certificate by entering the proper allowance amounts for the employee in boxes A through G, and then calculating the total allowances. Enter the amount in box H, and... More »

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The Internal Revenue Service generates the withholding tables by calculating the amount of money to withhold from an employee's pay in order to pay his federal income tax. The amount of pay, the pay period and the number... More »

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The Internal Revenue Service notes that for tax year 2014, an employee can be paid up to $1,900 in a calendar year before the employer and employee are responsible for paying taxes on the amount. After the $1,900 thresho... More »

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Employers use the tax tables in IRS Circular E to calculate an employee's federal tax withholding per paycheck, according to the Internal Revenue Service. Tax tables are designed to accommodate employees claiming up to 1... More »

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The Internal Revenue Service accepts federal tax payments through its website, over the phone, through the electronic federal tax payment system, by wire transfer or by mail. Checks or money orders sent by mail must be p... More »

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