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But I’m glad I was turned on to them. They have 3 free and insanely useful online calculators and assistants that are designed to help the average worker.
The most impressive to me is the W-4 form assistant. Isn’t it confusing every time you start a new job and you have to give them info for the W-4? How many dependents should you claim? How many exemptions? Especially for the younger workers out there, what about student loan debt and other considerations?
They also have a Salary Paycheck Calculator and an Hourly Paycheck Calculator, both accessible from the main page.
And of course, before you can get to fill out a W-4, you need to be hired. And a professional resume writing service will help you do that.