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March 16, 2023

Paychecks May Soon be Adjusted Following West Virginia Tax Cuts

West Virginia MetroNews – Gov. Jim Justice’s administration announced that state tax tables have been adjusted to reflect passage of a 21.25 percent personal income tax cut, and employers can begin to adjust what is withheld from workers’ paychecks.

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“At my direction, our Tax Department wasted no time making these revisions, so that we can help our people struggling with inflation, and give them back their share of our state’s financial successes,” Justice stated, suggesting that workers could begin to soon see more take home pay reflected.

The state income tax cut is retroactive to the start of this calendar year, but could not go into effect until the bill was passed and signed. Justice signed House Bill 2526 on March 7, with an accompanying balloon drop.

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