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2021 Payroll in Excel MEGAPOST

Watch the video below for details about the excel file related to purchase to pick the correct purchase link below

Looking for the 50 State version –

9 States that have no 2021 state withholding tax currently are Alaska (AK), Florida (FL), New Hampshire (NH), Nevada (NV), South Dakota (SD), Tennessee (TN), Texas (TX), Washington (WA) and Wyoming (WY). The other 42 States and (DC) are shown below with video tutorial links that review how to calculate the tax withholding for all types of employees and compensation scenarios in each specific state.

Arkansas (AR) is completeAlabama (AL) looks to be the same as 2020Arizona (AZ) and Native American Reservation residents is the same format as 2020California (CA) 2021 preliminary rates have been releasedColorado (CO) looks to be unchangedConnecticut (CT) added Paid Family Leave in 2021Delaware (DE) should remain unchanged in 2021 – District of Columbia (DC) – Georgia (GA) 2020 because 2021 rot released yetHawaii (HI) hasn’t changed since 2013 apparentlyIowa (IA) is completeIdaho (ID) updated mid 2020Illinois (IL) should be same as 2020Indiana (IN) with County rates updated for 2021Kansas (KS) unchanged effective 2017Kentucky (KY) 2021 Draft updatedLouisiana (LA) complete Massachusetts (MA) was easier than I thought it would beMaryland (MD) 2020 Video (still waiting on 2021 rate release)Maine (ME) 2021 is completeMichigan (MI) 2020 Video (2021 not yet updated)Minnesota (MN) 2020 ratesMissouri (MO) is completeMississippi (MS) effective 2020Montana (MT) remains unchanged from 2020 North Carolina (NC) effective 2020North Dakota (ND) is completeNebraska (NE) effective 2017New Jersey (NJ) is complete New Mexico (NM) effective 2020New York (NY) is completeOhio (OH)) with Municipal Tax Rates is completeOklahoma (OK) effective 2020Oregon (OR) is complicated and complete!Pennsylvania (PA) with City Rates and UIRhode Island (RI) is completeSouth Carolina (SC) is completeUtah (UT) is complete Virginia (VA) effective 2019Vermont (VT) is completeWisconsin (WI) effective 2014 West Virginia (WV) complete effective 2007

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  1. Hello,

    My name is Jessica Zheng. I am an accountant helping clients with their payroll. I was wondering if you have an “Payroll in Excel” that I can use for multiple clients. If so, please let me know the pricing. Thank you and have a wonderful New Years!


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