Wisconsinites will reportedly see more money from their paychecks after Gov. Tony Evers told the Wisconsin Department of Revenue (DOR) to revise the withholding tax tables.
Evers announced in a Jan. 10 press release the changes to the state’s withholding tables, which have not seen revisions since 2014.
Under the revised tables, a single filer making $50,000 will see $551 more in their paycheck while a married couple each earning $50,000 will see over $1,200 more combined.
Payroll providers and employers will update their payroll systems to accommodate the table changes to affect payroll periods starting on or after Jan. 1, 2022. Read more.