North Dakota Paycheck Calculator
Calculate your take-home pay after federal & North Dakota taxes
Updated for 2023 tax year on Mar 15, 2023
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Overview of North Dakota
North Dakota has a population of under 1 million (2019) and is home to the KVLY-TV mast, the tallest man-made structure in the Western Hemisphere. The median household income is $61,843 (2017).
- the income tax rate ranges from 1.1% to 2.9%
- no state-level payroll tax
- has standard deductions
- no exemptions
Understanding your North Dakota paycheck
Your North Dakota paycheck is shaped by two key players: federal income taxes and FICA taxes. Federal income tax withholding hinges on factors like your income, filing status, and exemptions. FICA taxes support Social Security and Medicare, with employees and employers each chipping in 7.65% pre-tax. For the self-employed, it’s a double-edged sword, as they’re responsible for the entire 15.3% tax, though certain deductions may ease this burden.
Form W-4 is like a decoder ring for your employer, helping them crack the code to determine the appropriate amount of federal income tax to withhold from your paycheck. This form considers your filing status, income, and dependents. Remember to update your W-4 whenever significant life events occur, such as getting married or welcoming a new baby.
Pay attention to your marital status and available pre-tax deductions to chart your financial course. Deductions like 401(k) contributions or Health Savings Account (HSA) deposits come out of your gross pay before taxes, reducing your taxable income and potentially lightening your tax load.
In North Dakota, state income tax rates form a progressive mountain, ranging from 1.10% to 2.90%. As your income ascends, so does your tax rate, making it essential to understand your bracket to plan your financial climb effectively.
North Dakota offers its standard deductions based on your filing status. Leveraging these deductions and exemptions can lower your taxable income and potentially reduce your overall tax liability.
The final frontier of your paycheck odyssey lies in post-tax deductions. After calculating taxes, these deductions are taken from your pay and may include union dues, charitable donations, wage garnishments, or after-tax retirement account contributions. Understanding post-tax deductions empowers you to assess your take-home pay and make well-informed financial decisions accurately.
Calculate your North Dakota paycheck
North Dakota tax year starts from July 01 the year before to June 30 the current year. So the tax year 2022 will start from July 01 2021 to June 30 2022.
Calculating your North Dakota state income tax is similar to the steps we listed on our Federal paycheck calculator:
- figure out your filing status
- work out your adjusted gross income [Net income – Adjustments = Adjusted gross income]
- calculate your taxable income [Adjusted gross income – Standard/Itemized deductions = Taxable income]
- understand your income tax liability [Taxable income × Income tax rate = Income tax liability]
- minus any tax liability, deductions, withholdings [Net income – (Income tax liability + Pre-tax deductions + Post-tax deductions + Withholdings) = Your paycheck]
State payroll tax
There is no state-level payroll tax.
State income tax brackets
Each filer type has different progressive tax rates. Refer to Tax Foundation for more details.
|Tax year||Filing status||Taxable income||Rate|
|Single||$0 – $40,525||1.10%|
|$40,525 – $98,100||2.04%|
|$98,100 – $204,675||2.27%|
|$204,675 – $445,000||2.64%|
|Married, Filing Jointly or Widow(er)||$0 – $67,700||1.10%|
|$67,700 – $163,550||2.04%|
|$163,550 – $249,150||2.27%|
|$249,150 – $445,000||2.64%|
|Married, Filing Separately||$0 – $33,850||1.10%|
|$33,850 – $81,775||2.04%|
|$81,775 – $124,575||2.27%|
|$124,575 – $222,500||2.64%|
|Head of Household||$0 – $54,300||1.10%|
|$54,300 – $140,200||2.04%|
|$140,200 – $226,950||2.27%|
|$226,950 – $445,000||2.64%|
|2020||Single||$0 – $39,450||1.10%|
|$39,450 – $95,500||2.04%|
|$95,500 – $199,250||2.27%|
|$199,250 – $433,200||2.64%|
|Married, Filing Jointly or Widow(er)||$0 – $65,900||1.10%|
|$65,900 – $159,200||2.04%|
|$159,200 – $242,550||2.27%|
|$242,550 – $433,200||2.64%|
|Married, Filing Separately||$0 – $32,950||1.10%|
|$32,950 – $79,600||2.04%|
|$79,600 – $121,275||2.27%|
|$121,275 – $216,600||2.64%|
|Head of Household||$0 – $52,850||1.10%|
|$52,850 – $136,450||2.04%|
|$136,450 – $220,900||2.27%|
|$220,900 – $433,200||2.64%|
State standard deduction
|Tax year||Filing status||Rate|
Married, Filing Separately
|Married, Filing Jointly or Widow(er)||$25,900|
|Head of Household||$19,400|
Married, Filing Separately
|Married, Filing Jointly or Widow(er)||$25,100|
|Head of Household||$18,800|
Married, Filing Separately
|Married, Filing Jointly or Widow(er)||$24,400|
|Head of Household||$18,350|
There are no state-level exemptions.
What taxes do North Dakotan pay?
The state-level income tax ranges from 1.1% to 2.9%. There is no additional state-level payroll tax.
How much do you make after taxes in North Dakota?
A married couple who earns $124,000 yearly will take home $100,333.14 after taxes.
For a single filer with an annual income of $62,000, the take-home pay is $50,229.32.
How much taxes are deducted from a $62,000 paycheck in North Dakota?
The total taxes deducted for a single filer are $980.89 monthly or $452.72 bi-weekly.