The following is California State tax description
For single and married filing separately taxpayers:
— 1 percent on the first $7,168 of taxable income
— 2 percent on taxable income between $7,169 and $16,994
— 4 percent on taxable income between $16,995 and $26,821
— 6 percent on taxable income between $26,822 and $37,233
— 8 percent on taxable income between $37,234 and $47,055
— 9.3 percent on taxable income of $47,056 and above.
A 1 percent surcharge, the Mental Health Services Tax, is collected on taxable incomes of $1 million or more, making California’s highest marginal rate 10.3 percent.
For married persons filing joint returns and heads of households, the rates remain the same but the income brackets are doubled.
That’s just The state, you also have to include all the federal, Fico, FICA, etc.. To see what your paycheck and PayStub would look like, just click to see your paycheck stub online and select California state in the description.