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Over 60% of Minnesotans—around 3.7 million people—reside in the Minneapolis–Saint Paul metropolitan area, dubbed the “Twin Cities,” the state’s predominant political, economic, and cultural center, and the 16th-largest metropolitan area in the US. Other minor metropolitan and micropolitan statistical areas include Duluth, Mankato, Moorhead, Rochester, and St. Cloud.

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Minnesota Paycheck Calculator and Payroll Taxes

  • Minnesota payroll taxes begin with employees filling out Form W-4MN. 
  • If an employee does not complete this form, you must withhold tax as no exemptions were claimed.
  • Employees need to update Form W-4MN in case of life events (such as marriage, divorce, birth or adoption of a child, etc.) that may impact their taxes.
  • The personal income tax rate in Minnesota is 5.35%–9.85%.
  • Minnesota has reciprocity with Michigan and North Dakota.

How Minnesota Paycheck Tax Calculator Work? 

Your payroll taxes will include FICA taxes, federal income taxes, and Minnesota’s state taxes. Here’s a breakdown of those taxes and how much you can expect to pay.

In Minnesota, as in every other state, your employer will withhold 6.2% of your earnings for Social Security taxes and 1.45% for Medicare taxes every pay period. Your employer will match those contributions; the total contribution makes up the FICA taxes.

Single filers, heads of household, and qualifying widows with earnings that exceed $200,000 are subject to a 0.9% Medicare surtax.

Important Note: Stubbuilder provides a paycheck calculator designed to provide essential guidance. This should not be relied upon to calculate exact taxes, payroll, or other financial data. You should seek a professional accountant regarding any particular requirement.

Minnesota Payroll 

Below mentioned are the details of Maine:

  • Employees in Minnesota are required to complete Form W-4MN to initiate payroll taxes. This crucial information aids in calculating the appropriate amount that should be withheld.
  • Employees must revise their Form W-4MN if significant life occurrences (such as marriage, divorce, the birth or adoption of a child, etc.) could affect their tax obligations.
  • Personal Income Tax Rate in Minnesota is 5.35%-9.85%.

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  • What is the Minnesota Paycheck Calculator?

The Minnesota Paycheck Calculator is an online tool that helps you estimate your net pay after accounting for taxes and other deductions based on your gross income.

  • How does the Minnesota Paycheck Calculator work?

The calculator uses your gross income and applies federal, state, and local taxes, as well as deductions like Social Security, Medicare, and personal exemptions, to estimate your take-home pay.

  • Can the calculator handle different pay frequencies?

Yes, the Minnesota Paycheck Calculator can estimate pay for various frequencies, including hourly, weekly, bi-weekly, semi-monthly, monthly, and annually.

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