Take Home Salary Calculator USA - AM22 Tech Applications






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Start by entering Gross Pay. Calculator will update itself after each change that you make.
Enter valid Number. No Comma allowed.
That's a little ridiculous. We doubt event Bill Gates could afford that.
Value cannot be negative.
W4 Fed {{salary._whCurrentWithHold.TotalNumberOfWithHoldAllowances}}
A. No one else can claim you as a dependent {{salary._whCurrentWithHold.W4_A}}
B. Check if {{salary._whCurrentWithHold.W4_B}}
You are single and have only one job OR
You are married, have only one job and your spouse does not work OR
Your wages from a second job or your spouse's wages (or total of both) are $1500 or less OR
C. Count your spouse for Withholding?
But, you may choose to NOT check, if you are married and have either a working spouse or more than one job. {{salary._whCurrentWithHold.W4_C}}
D. Number of your dependents (Other than your spouse)
E. Will you file tax return as 'Head of Household'? (You should be Un-married) {{salary._whCurrentWithHold.W4_E}}
F. You have at least $2000 of child or dependent care expenses {{salary._whCurrentWithHold.W4_F}}
G.
Child tax Credit.
Number of children
{{salary._whCurrentWithHold.W4_G}}
Total {{salary._whCurrentWithHold.TotalNumberOfWithHoldAllowances}}
W4 State {{salary.StateID}}


New York State WithHolding Allowances
Filing Status Married - Spouse NOT employed Head of HouseHold (Should be Un-married) Single Married - Spouse is Employed
Are you a Resident of New York City Yonkers Other
These values are calculated automatically when you enter values below.
1. Total number of allowances you are claiming for New York State and Yonkers, if applicable {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NY_1}}
2. Total number of allowances for New York City {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NY_2}}
Additional withholding per pay period under special agreement with your employer, only if you have any.
3. New York State Amount
2. New York City Amount
3. Yonkers Amount .
Part 1 – Complete this part to compute your withholding allowances for New York State and Yonkers
6. Number of Dependents (other than you and your spouse)
7. Claim College tuition credit {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NY_YON_7}}
8. Claim New York State household credit {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NY_YON_8}}
9. Claim Real property tax credit {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NY_YON_9}}
10. Claim Child and dependent care credit {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NY_10}}
11. Claim Earned income credit {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NY_11}}
12. Claim Empire State child credit {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NY_12}}
13. Claim Other credits {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NY_13}}
14. Are you Head of household status and have only one job? {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NY_14}}
15. Enter an estimate of your federal adjustments to income, such as alimony you will pay for the tax year and deductible IRA contributions you will make for the tax year. Total estimate $  {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NY_15}}
16. Itemized deductions (This app currently does not support the calculation, Line 18-25 on NY W4 form). You can enter the allowance number, if you know it.
17. Add lines 6 through 16. {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NY_17}}
Part 3 – This part computes your withholding allowances for New York City
26. Amount from line 6 above {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NY_26}}
27. Add lines 14 through 16 above {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NY_27}}
28. Add lines 26 and 27 {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NY_28}}
Missouri WithHolding Allowances
1. I am single, married, or head of household. {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_MO_P_Exem_1}}
2. My spouse does not work. {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_MO_S_Exem_2}}
3. Number of dependents (other than you or your spouse) you will claim on your tax return.
4. Enter the number of additional allowances you would like to claim.
5. Total {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_MO_Tot_5}}
6. Additional State withholding $ per pay period
Mississipi WithHolding Allowances
1-3. Filing Status Married - Spouse NOT employed Head of HouseHold (Should be Un-married) Single Married - Spouse is Employed $ {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_MS_FS_1}}
4. Number of Dependents {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_MS_Dep_4}}
5 Age and Blindness
A. Check if your Age > 65
B. Check if you are blind.
D. Check if spouse Age > 65
C. Check if spouse is blind.
{{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_MS_5}}
6. Total amount of exemptions claimed $ {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_MS_6_Tot}}
7. Additional withholding $ per pay period
North Carolina WithHolding Allowances
1. Enter your total estimated N.C. itemized deductions (if, any). Leave as zero, if not sure. $
2. Filing Status Married Filling Jointly Qualifying Widower Head of HouseHold (Should be Un-married) Single Married Filling Separately $ {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NC_FS_2}}
3. Result (Line 1 - Line 2) {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NC_3}}
4. Enter an estimate of your total federal adjustments to income and State deductions from federal adjusted gross income. Leave as zero, if not sure.
5. Result (Line 3 + Line 4) {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NC_5}}
6. Enter an estimate of your nonwage income (such as dividends or interest). Leave as zero, if not sure.
7. Enter an estimate of your State additions to federal adjusted gross income. Leave as zero, if not sure.
8. Result (Line 6 + Line 7) {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NC_8}}
9. Result (Line 5 - Line 8) {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NC_9}}
10. Sub-calculation for Line 9 {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NC_10}}
11. Enter the amount of your estimated N.C. tax credits. Leave as zero, if not sure.
Tax Credit for Income Taxes Paid to other States by Individuals
Number of Children
Child Tax credit based on your filling Status{{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NC_FS_Credit_11C}}
{{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NC_FS_Credit_11}}
12. Sub-calculation for Line 11 {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NC_12}}
13. This section is applicable only if your filing status is 'married Filling Jointly'.
{{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NC_13}}
14. Sub-calculation (Line 10 + Line 12 + Line 13) {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NC_14}}
15. If you completed this worksheet on the basis of married filing jointly, the total number of allowances determined on line 14 may be split between you and your spouse, however, you choose. Enter the number of allowances from line 14 that your spouse plans to claim
16. Total number of Allowances {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_NC_16}}
Additional withholding $ per pay period
Virginia withHolding Allowances
1. No one else can claim me as dependent. {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_VA_P_Exem_1}}
2. If you are married and your spouse is not claimed on his or her own certificate {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_VA_S_Exem_2}}
3. Number of Dependents
4. Subtotal Personal Exemptions (add lines 1 through 3) . {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_VA_Sub_Tot_4}}
5. Exemptions for Age
A. You will be 65 or older on January 1
B. If you claimed an exemption on line 2 and your spouse will be 65 or older on January 1
6. Exemptions for Blindness
A. Check if you are legally blind.
B. Check If you claimed an exemption on line 2 and your spouse is legally blind.
7. Subtotal exemptions for age and blindness (add lines 5 through 6) {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_VA_Sub_Tot_7}}
8. Total of Exemptions - add line 4 and line 7 {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_VA_Tot_8}}
Additional withholding $ per pay period
West Virginia WithHolding Allowances
1. I am Single and No one else can claim me as a dependent {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_WV_P_Exem_1}}
2. I am married and no one can claim my spouse as a dependent {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_WV_S_Exem_2}}
3. Number of dependents (other than you or your spouse) you will claim on your tax return.
4. Total {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_WV_Total_4}}
5. If you are Single, Head of Household, or Married and your spouse does not work, and you are receiving wages from only one job, and you wish to have your tax withheld at a lower rate, check here
Additional State withholding $ per pay period
Ohio withHolding Allowances
1. I am Single and No one else can claim me as a dependent {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_OH_P_Exem_1}}
2. I ma married and no one can claim my spouse as a dependent {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_OH_S_Exem_2}}
3. Number of dependents (other than you or your spouse) you will claim on your tax return.
Total {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_OH_Total_4}}
Additional State withholding $ per pay period
Massachussetts withHolding Allowances
1. Personal
No one else can claim me as dependent.
Age > 65
{{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_MA_Personal_Exemption_1}}
2. Family
Spouse does not work
Age > 65
{{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_MA_Married_Exemption_2}}
3. Number of Dependents
4. Total {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_MA_POINT_123_Sum_4}}
5. Additional withholding $ per pay period
A. Check if you will file as head of household on your tax return. (You should be Un-married)
B. Check if you are blind.
C. Check if spouse is blind and not subject to withholding.
D. Check if you are a full-time student engaged in seasonal, part-time or temporary employment whose estimated annual income will not exceed $8,000.
IL withHolding Allowances
1. Personal
No one else can claim me as a dependent
I can claim my spouse as a dependent.
{{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_IL_Personal_Exemption_1}}
2. Number of dependents (other than you or your spouse) you will claim on your tax return.
3. Total (You are ENTITLED to) {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_IL_POINT_12_Sum_3}}
4. How many basic withholding you want to use? (can be equal to or less than {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_IL_POINT_12_Sum_3}}). This will go on Line 1 of IL witholding Certificate.
Enter valid Number. No Comma allowed.
Can't be more than the allowances you have selected.
Value cannot be negative.
5. Check all that apply
I am 65 or older.
I am legally blind.
My spouse is 65 or older.
My spouse is legally blind.
{{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_IL_Allow_5}}
6. Additional Illinois subtractions or deductions
7. Sub-result (Point 6 / 1000) {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_IL_Result_7}}
8. Total (You are ENTITLED to) {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_IL_Point_8}}
9. How many Additional withholding you want to use? (can be equal to or less than {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_IL_Point_8}})
Enter valid Number. No Comma allowed.
Can't be more than the allowances you have selected.
Value cannot be negative.
10. Additional withholding $ per pay period
IN withHolding Allowances
1. No one else can claim me as a dependent {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_IN_Personal_Exemption_1}}
2. I can claim my spouse as a dependent. {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_IN_Spouse_Exemption_2}}
3. Number of dependents (other than you or your spouse) you will claim on your tax return.
4. Check all that apply
I am 65 or older.
I am legally blind.
My spouse is 65 or older.
My spouse is legally blind.
{{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_IN_Allow_4}}
Total {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_IN_Total_5}}
6. Additional Dependent exemption
7. Additional State withholding $ per pay period
8. Additional County withholding $ per pay period
AR withHolding Allowances
1. CHECK ONE OF THE FOLLOWING FOR EXEMPTIONS CLAIMED
You claim yourself (No one else can claim me as a dependent).
You claim yourself and your spouse.
Head of Household, and you claim yourself.
{{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_AR_Personal_Exemption_1}}
2. Number of dependents (other than you or your spouse) you will claim on your tax return.
3. Total {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_AR_Total_3}}
4. Additional State withholding $ per pay period
CT withHolding Allowances
Choose Tax Filing Status Married Filling Jointly Qualifying Widow(er) with dependent Child Head of HouseHold (Should be Un-married) Single Married Filling Separately
Choose your scenario
Our expected combined annual gross income is less than or equal to $24,000 or I am claiming exemption under the Military Spouses Residency Relief Act (MSRRA)* and no withholding is necessary. My spouse is employed and our expected combined annual gross income is greater than $24,000 and less than or equal to $100,500. My spouse is not employed and our expected combined annual gross income is greater than $24,000. My spouse is employed and our expected combined annual gross income is greater than $100,500. I have significant non-wage income and wish to avoid having too little tax withheld. I am a nonresident of Connecticut with substantial other income.
My expected annual gross income is less than or equal to $24,000 or I am claiming exemption under the MSRRA* and no withholding is necessary My expected annual gross income is greater than $24,000. I have significant nonwage income and wish to avoid having too little tax withheld. I am a nonresident of Connecticut with substantial other income.
My expected annual gross income is less than or equal to $19,000 and no withholding is necessary. My expected annual gross income is greater than $19,000. I have signifi cant nonwage income and wish to avoid having D too little tax withheld. I am a nonresident of Connecticut with substantial other income.
My expected annual gross income is less than or equal to $15,000 and no withholding is necessary. My expected annual gross income is greater than $15,000. I have signifi cant nonwage income and wish to avoid having D too little tax withheld. I am a nonresident of Connecticut with substantial other income.
My expected annual gross income is less than or equal to $12,000 or I am claiming exemption under the MSRRA* and E no withholding is necessary. My expected annual gross income is greater than $12,000. I have signifi cant nonwage income and wish to avoid having D too little tax withheld. I am a nonresident of Connecticut with substantial other income.
1. Withholding Code (Choose one from above list) {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._sW4_CT_W4_cd_1}}
2. Additional State withholding $ per pay period
DE withHolding Allowances
A.
No one else can claim me as a dependent
I am 60 or older.
{{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_DE_Personal_Exemption_A}}
B.
I can claim my spouse as a dependent.
My spouse is 65 or older.
{{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_DE_Spouse_Exemption_B}}
C. Number of dependents (other than you or your spouse) you will claim on your tax return.
D. Child/Dependent Care credit
I am eligible for 1 child or dependent.
I am eligible for 2 or more child or dependents.
{{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._fW4_DE_Depen_D}}
E. I am 65 or over Or I am legally blind. {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_DE_E}}
F. My spouse is 65 or over Or is legally blind. {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_DE_F}}
G. Total {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_DE_G}}
GA withHolding Allowances
1. Marital Status
A. Single
B. Married Filing Joint, both spouses working
C. Married Filing Joint, one spouse working
D. Married Filing Separate
E. Head of Household
{{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_GA_3}}
2. Number of dependents (other than you or your spouse) you will claim on your tax return.
3. Additional State withholding $ per pay period
GA withHolding Allowances
A. No one else can claim me as a dependent {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_HI_P_Exem_A}}
B. You are single and have only 1 job OR you are married, have only 1 job and your spouse does not work {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_HI_B}}
C. Non one can claim your spouse as a dependent AND your spouse is not claiming a withholding allowance for himself/herself on a form HW-4 {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_HI_C}}
D. Age
1. You are 65 or older
2. Your spouse is 65 or older
{{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_HI_D}}
E. Number of dependents (other than you or your spouse) you will claim on your tax return.
F. You will file tax return as Head of Household {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_HI_hoh_F}}
G. You estimate that you will have at-least $250 of total tax credits {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_HI_G}}
Total {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_HI_Total_I}}
Additional State withholding $ per pay period
KY withHolding Allowances
1. I am Single and No one else can claim me as a dependent {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_KY_P_Exem_1}}
2. I ma married and no one can claim my spouse as a dependent {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_KY_2}}
3. Age
A. You are 65 or older
B. Your spouse is 65 or older
C. You are legally blind
D. Your spouse is legally blind
{{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_KY_3}}
4. Number of dependents (other than you or your spouse) you will claim on your tax return.
5. Are you member of Kentucky National Security Guard?
Total {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_KY_Total_7}}
Additional State withholding $ per pay period
LA withHolding Allowances
Block A.
1. I am Single and No one else can claim me as a dependent or You will file tax as head of Household.
2. I ma married and no one can claim my spouse as a dependent
{{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_LA_P_Exem_A}}
Block B. Number of dependents (other than you or your spouse) you will claim on your tax return.
Total {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_LA_Total}}
Additional State withholding $ per pay period
KS withHolding Allowances
A. Allowance Rate:
  • If you are a single filer mark “Single”
  • If you are married and your spouse has income mark “Single”
  • If you are married and your spouse does not work mark “Joint”
  • If in a same-sex relationship and considered married by the laws of another state mark “Single”
Single
Joint
B. You are married or single and no one else can claim you as a dependent {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_KS_B}}
C. You are married and only have one job, and your spouse does not work. {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_KS_C}}
D. You will file as head of household on your tax return {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_KS_D}}
E. Number of dependents (other than you or your spouse) you will claim on your tax return.
Total {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_KS_Total_F}}
Additional State withholding $ per pay period
Iowa WithHolding Allowances
1. Personal Allowances
No one else can claim me as dependent.
File tax as Head of Household (Must be un-married).
My Age > 65
I am legally blind.
My spouse Age > 65
My spouse Age > 65
My spouse is legally blind
{{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_IA_Per_1}}
2. Number of Dependents other than your spouse
3. Total {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_IA_Sum_6}}
5. Additional withholding $ per pay period
Maine withHolding Allowances
A. Number of Allowances claimed on federal W-4, Line 5 {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_ME_A}}
B. Number of Allowances claimed on federal W-4 Personal Allowances Worksheet, Line 5 {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_ME_B}}
C. Maine withholding Allowances (A - B) {{salary._whtsCurrentStateTax._oWithHoldState._iW4_ME_Total_C}}
Additional withholding $ per pay period
All values are per pay period unless specifically mentioned. These help in reducing income tax.
Enter valid Number. No Comma allowed.
That's a little ridiculous. We doubt event Bill Gates could afford that.
Value cannot be negative.
Enter valid Number. No Comma allowed.
That's a little ridiculous. We doubt event Bill Gates could afford that.
Value cannot be negative.
All values are per period that you have selected
Description
Amount
Number Of WithHolding Allowances
Taxable Income
Take Home {{salary.TakeHomeSalaryPerPeriod| currency:"":2 }}

Earnings
Deductions (Per Pay Period)
Gross Pay Per Period
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Insurance Employee
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Federal Income Tax
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Social Security Tax
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Medicare Tax
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State Tax {{salary.StateID}}
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Total
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Take Home (In-Hand) Salary: {{salary.TakeHomeSalaryPerPeriod| currency:"":2}}

What is Take home Salary in USA?


Take home salary means the salary after deducting all legally deductable components. In India, this is commonly known as in-Hand salary. The deductions could vary from each company and is based on indididual salary packages.

The primary deductions that each employee (or an individual) would see in their salary stub are:
  1. Federal Income Tax
  2. Social Secruity Contribution
  3. Medicare Tax
  4. State Income Tax (if applicable).
  5. 401K contribution (It is like 'Provident Fund' in India)

What is Gross salary in USA?


Gross salary is the total amount of pay that a company would pay an employee. In USA, benefits (like group health insurance and other such non-cash components of salary are not counted as gross salary).

In other countries like India, this gross salary is commonly known as CTC (cost to company).

How to use Salary Calculator for USA application?


  1. This calculator only requires you to enter your 'Gross' salary amount to start. You can then choose the gross salary's frequency like weekly, monthly or annually from the drop down. Once you enter the value, it automatically calculates your take home pay per period (as defined by pay-frequency).
  2. You have to enter the gross pay amount and click (if using computer mouse) or tap (if using touch based mobile) anywhere outside the text box for it to start calculation.
  3. You will see the taxes for whole 12 months and sample salary stubs on the right hand side of screen (if using computers with larger screens) and at bottom (after scrolling down in smaller mobile screens).
  4. You can now enter more values (like withholding), if you have, and this salary calculator will keep re-calculating the new values as soon as you move out of the text box.

How does this USA salary calculator work?


  1. This is an online calculator and is a substitute for excel (xls) version available on internet. You do not need to download anything for using it.
  2. It sums up gross income for full year (12 months or lesser, if you selected a different job start date) and then calculates income tax. It then divides the total income tax into available number of pay periods.
  3. You can do a salary comparison with this calculator in USA. It is always better to select the 'job start date' as 1 January for current year even though you are through the mid or year. This will give you a better idea about the new job offer that you are looking at.

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