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# Creating Tax Chart

by andoyan / August 22, 2006 3:45 PM PDT

Hello All
I use excel to do payroll and it works great to calculate the deductibles with exception of tax (Federal or State Tax), For that I use the tax chart and enter it manually. Is there a formula that I can use to have that done without using the tax cart book!!!?
Example of the function that I like to see Is:
If the amount is between 100. to 150.00 there is a 50.00 tax deducted, now when the I raise the amount of the salary to 160 the tax also gets raised to 52.00.
The actual tax chart has all the numbers from .01 to 10.000 and also it has coordinated the amount of tax based on that. So I can use the numbers from tax chart to establish a correct numbers.
I hope I was able to explain This correctly
Any Help Would be greatly appreciated,
Jon

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Tax deduction at payroll..
by Papa Echo / August 22, 2006 6:24 PM PDT
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You may have to create a tedious formula consisting of a combination of logical functions, financial functins, etc... or a equally tedious VBA script (lots of IF THEN statements ?). Why not a payroll program, e.g. HERE ?

such are also found in acounting softwares, maybe also included in Microsoft 2003 small Office Edition....

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A two step process.
by Kees Bakker / August 22, 2006 6:43 PM PDT
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One: find the formula
Two: find the best way to program it in Excel

A custom VBA-function seems the best way to do this. It surely depends on the formula how many lines (anywhere from 5 to 30, I'd say) it is.

Kees

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by jhancock284 / August 24, 2006 4:42 AM PDT
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Try creating a table in Excel and then using VLOOKUP.

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