Hourly Pay to Annual Salary Calculator: How Much Do I Make Annually, Monthly, Bi-weekly, Weekly, and Daily?

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The Annual Salary Calculator will translate your hourly pay into its yearly, monthly, biweekly, weekly and daily equivalents, including any weekly time-and-a-half overtime wages.

Plus, since you can adjust the weekly hours and number of work weeks per year, the calculator will work for part-time and seasonal work as well.

If you are a salaried employee and want to know how much you are making on a per hour basis, visit the Hourly Pay Calculator.

Speaking of your hourly pay, if you would like to know the net profit you are earning from each hour you allocate to work, be sure to check out the Real Hourly Wage Calculator (WARNING: May cause eyebrows to come in contact with hairline).

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Hourly to Annual Salary Calculator

Calculate annual salary from hourly wage and the monthly, bi-weekly, weekly, and daily equivalents.

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Selected Data Record:

A Data Record is a set of calculator entries that are stored in your web browser's Local Storage. If a Data Record is currently selected in the "Data" tab, this line will list the name you gave to that data record. If no data record is selected, or you have no entries stored for this calculator, the line will display "None".

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Wage/hr:Hourly wage:Hourly wage:Hourly wage:

Hourly wage:

Enter how much you are getting paid per hour of work.

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Hrs/week:Hours/week:Hours per week:Number of regular hours per week:

Number of regular hours per week:

Enter the average number of hours you are paid your regular wage for each week.

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OT/week:OT/week:OT hours per week:Number of overtime hours per week:

Number of overtime hours per week:

Enter the average number of hours you are paid time and a half overtime wage for each week.

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Days/week:Days/week:Number of days per week:Number days you work per week:

Number days you work per week:

Enter the average number of days you work per week.

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Weeks/yr:Weeks/year:Number of weeks per year:Number weeks you work per year:

Number weeks you work per year:

Enter the number of weeks you work per year. The default is 52.14, which is the average total number of weeks in a year.

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Annual:Annual:Annual salary:Annual salary:

Annual salary:

This is your annual salary based on your hourly wage and the number of hours you are paid for each week (weekly pay times 52.14 weeks per year).

Monthly:Monthly:Monthly salary:Monthly salary:

Monthly salary:

This is your monthly salary based on your hourly wage and the number of hours you are paid for each week.

Biweekly:Bi-weekly:Biweekly salary:Bi-weekly salary:

Biweekly salary:

This is your biweekly salary based on your hourly wage and the number of hours you are paid for each week.

Weekly:Weekly:Weekly salary:Weekly salary:

Weekly salary:

This is your weekly salary based on your hourly wage and the number of hours you are paid for each week.

Daily:Daily:Daily salary:Daily salary:

Daily salary:

This is your daily salary based on your hourly wage and the number of days you work per week and the number of hours you are paid for each week.

Annual hrs:Annual hours:Annual work hours:Annual work hours:

Annual work hours:

Based on your entries, this is the total of your regular and overtime hours per year.

If you would like to save the current entries to the secure online database, tap or click on the Data tab, select "New Data Record", give the data record a name, then tap or click the Save button. To save changes to previously saved entries, simply tap the Save button. Please select and "Clear" any data records you no longer need.

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How to calculate hourly to salary and an Hourly to Salary Lookup Chart.

How to Calculate Annual Salary

Here are the steps to calculate annual income based on an hourly wage, using a $17 hourly wage, working 8 hours per day, 5 days a week, every week, as an example.

Step #1: Multiply your hourly wage by the number of work hours per day. In our example, your daily salary would be $136 ($17 per hour times 8 hours per day).

Step #2: Multiply your daily salary (Step #1) by the number of days you work per week. In our example, your weekly salary would be $680 ($136 per day times 5 days per week).

Step #3: Multiply your weekly salary (Step #2) by the number of weeks you work per year. In our example, your annual salary would be $35,455.20 ($680 per week times 52.14 weeks per year).

Or, if you work 40 hours per week, and you work every week during the year, you can multiply your hourly rate by 2,080 hours, which is the often-used number of work hours in a year (2,085.6 to be more precise, considering 365 days / 7 = 52.14).

Continuing with the example, you can calculate other timeframe incomes as follows:

  • Monthly income: $2,954.60 (annual salary divided by 12).
  • Biweekly income: $1,360.00 (every two weeks, or weekly salary times 2).
  • Weekly income: $680.00 (from Step #2).
  • Daily income: $136.00 (from Step #1).

Interactive Hourly to Salary Chart

The following is a quick reference chart for looking up how much per year, per month, every two weeks, and per week each hourly rate translates to based on a 40 hour work week.

The hourly to annual conversion is calculated as follows:

Hourly Wage X 40 Hours X 52.14 Weeks

If you work less than 40 hours per week, or your hourly wage is not an even number, you can update the chart to match your situation.

If you would like to estimate what your yearly after tax wages will be, note the annual salary below and then use the Take Home Pay Calculator.

hours per week, hourly wage from $ to $, incremented by $
Hourly to Salary Chart
HourlyAnnualMonthlyBiweeklyWeekly
$1.00$2,086$174$80$40
$2.00$4,171$348$160$80
$3.00$6,257$521$240$120
$4.00$8,342$695$320$160
$5.00$10,428$869$400$200
$6.00$12,514$1,043$480$240
$7.00$14,599$1,217$560$280
$8.00$16,685$1,390$640$320
$9.00$18,770$1,564$720$360
$10.00$20,856$1,738$800$400
HourlyAnnualMonthlyBiweeklyWeekly
$11.00$22,942$1,912$880$440
$12.00$25,027$2,086$960$480
$13.00$27,113$2,259$1,040$520
$14.00$29,198$2,433$1,120$560
$15.00$31,284$2,607$1,200$600
$16.00$33,370$2,781$1,280$640
$17.00$35,455$2,955$1,360$680
$18.00$37,541$3,128$1,440$720
$19.00$39,626$3,302$1,520$760
$20.00$41,712$3,476$1,600$800
HourlyAnnualMonthlyBiweeklyWeekly
$21.00$43,798$3,650$1,680$840
$22.00$45,883$3,824$1,760$880
$23.00$47,969$3,997$1,840$920
$24.00$50,054$4,171$1,920$960
$25.00$52,140$4,345$2,000$1,000
$26.00$54,226$4,519$2,080$1,040
$27.00$56,311$4,693$2,160$1,080
$28.00$58,397$4,866$2,240$1,120
$29.00$60,482$5,040$2,320$1,160
$30.00$62,568$5,214$2,400$1,200
HourlyAnnualMonthlyBiweeklyWeekly
$31.00$64,654$5,388$2,480$1,240
$32.00$66,739$5,562$2,560$1,280
$33.00$68,825$5,735$2,640$1,320
$34.00$70,910$5,909$2,720$1,360
$35.00$72,996$6,083$2,800$1,400
$36.00$75,082$6,257$2,880$1,440
$37.00$77,167$6,431$2,960$1,480
$38.00$79,253$6,604$3,040$1,520
$39.00$81,338$6,778$3,120$1,560
$40.00$83,424$6,952$3,200$1,600
HourlyAnnualMonthlyBiweeklyWeekly
$41.00$85,510$7,126$3,280$1,640
$42.00$87,595$7,300$3,360$1,680
$43.00$89,681$7,473$3,440$1,720
$44.00$91,766$7,647$3,520$1,760
$45.00$93,852$7,821$3,600$1,800
$46.00$95,938$7,995$3,680$1,840
$47.00$98,023$8,169$3,760$1,880
$48.00$100,109$8,342$3,840$1,920
$49.00$102,194$8,516$3,920$1,960
$50.00$104,280$8,690$4,000$2,000
HourlyAnnualMonthlyBiweeklyWeekly

Adjust Calculator Width:

Move the slider to left and right to adjust the calculator width. Note that the Help and Tools panel will be hidden when the calculator is too wide to fit both on the screen. Moving the slider to the left will bring the instructions and tools panel back into view.

Also note that some calculators will reformat to accommodate the screen size as you make the calculator wider or narrower. If the calculator is narrow, columns of entry rows will be converted to a vertical entry form, whereas a wider calculator will display columns of entry rows, and the entry fields will be smaller in size ... since they will not need to be "thumb friendly".

Show/Hide Popup Keypads:

Select Show or Hide to show or hide the popup keypad icons located next to numeric entry fields. These are generally only needed for mobile devices that don't have decimal points in their numeric keypads. So if you are on a desktop, you may find the calculator to be more user-friendly and less cluttered without them.

Stick/Unstick Tools:

Select Stick or Unstick to stick or unstick the help and tools panel. Selecting "Stick" will keep the panel in view while scrolling the calculator vertically. If you find that annoying, select "Unstick" to keep the panel in a stationary position.

If the tools panel becomes "Unstuck" on its own, try clicking "Unstick" and then "Stick" to re-stick the panel.