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New Mexico’s largest city is Albuquerque, and its state capital is Santa Fe, the oldest state capital in the U.S., founded in 1610 as the government seat of Nuevo México in New Spain. Anthem: “O Fair New Mexico” and “Así Es Nuevo México”.

New Mexico uses a progressive income tax system with five brackets, depending on income level and filing status. The progressive tax rates, ranging from 1.70% to 5.90%, fall into the bottom 20 nationwide. No local cities in New Mexico impose an income tax.

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New Mexico Paycheck Calculator and Payroll Taxes 

  • New Mexico payroll taxes start with employees filling out Form W-4. 
  • If an employee does not complete this form, you must withhold tax as no exemptions were claimed.
  • Employees need to update Form W-4 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 New Mexico is 1.70%–5.90%.
  • New Mexico does not have reciprocity with other states.

New Mexico Payroll Taxes and Unemployment Tax Rate

  • Employers pay New Mexico unemployment tax on the first $30,100 of an employee’s wages.
  • New employers in the agriculture industry pay at a rate of 1.06%.
  • New employers in other industries pay at a rate of 1.0%*.
  • Experienced employers pay at a rate of 0.33%–6.4%.

Important Note: The Stubbuilder provides a paycheck calculator for 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.

New Mexico Payroll Tax Calculator 

In New Mexico, if you earn $50,000.00 per year, your net pay, or take-home pay, will be $39,764 after deducting taxes at 20.47%. This amounts to $10,236.02.

 The deductions include:

  • 8.48% (or $4,240.50) for federal income tax.
  • 4.34% (or $2,170.52) for state income tax.
  • 6.20% (or $3,100.00) for social security tax.
  • 1.45% (or $725.00) for Medicare.

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  • What is the New Mexico Paycheck Calculator?

The New Mexico 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 New Mexico 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 New Mexico Paycheck Calculator can estimate pay for various frequencies, including hourly, weekly, bi-weekly, semi-monthly, monthly, and annually.

  • Does the calculator take into account overtime pay?

Yes, you can input your regular hours and any overtime hours worked, along with the overtime pay rate, to get an accurate estimate of your paycheck.

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