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June 13th 16, 03:41 AM
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Using the IF and VLOOKUP Function to calculate the tax rates and tax deducted

I need to calculate the federal tax rate. The federal tax rate is a function of the adjusted income and the employee's marital status. Reference the tax tables in the model assumptions and the marital status in the employee information section to construct a formula (or set of nested formulas) to calculate the tax rate.

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June 13th 16, 08:08 AM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions
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Using the IF and VLOOKUP Function to calculate the tax rates and tax deducted

I need to calculate the federal tax rate. The federal tax rate is a
function of the adjusted income and the employee's marital status.
Reference the tax tables in the model assumptions and the marital
status in the employee information section to construct a formula (or
set of nested formulas) to calculate the tax rate.

Try this *TaxCalculator_IRS.xls* project out. It was made in Jan 2015
so the tables may need to be updated for 2016.

https://app.box.com/s/23yqum8auvzx17h04u4f

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June 14th 16, 03:53 AM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions
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Using the IF and VLOOKUP Function to calculate the tax rates and tax deducted

I need to calculate the federal tax rate. The federal tax rate is a
function of the adjusted income and the employee's marital status.
Reference the tax tables in the model assumptions and the marital
status in the employee information section to construct a formula
(or set of nested formulas) to calculate the tax rate.

Try this *TaxCalculator_IRS.xls* project out. It was made in Jan 2015
so the tables may need to be updated for 2016.

https://app.box.com/s/23yqum8auvzx17h04u4f

I've updated/uploaded this *TaxCalculator_IRS-2016.xls* project with
2016 tables...

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