The average Benefits Administrator in the US makes $68,903. The average bonus for a Benefits Administrator is $2,537 which represents 4% of their salary, with 100% of people reporting that they receive a bonus each year. Benefits Administrators make the most in Denver at $74,511, averaging total compensation 8% greater than the US average.
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The salaries of Benefits Administrators in the US range from $25,409 to $98,860 , with a median salary of $70,758 . The middle 57% of Benefits Administrators makes between $70,758 and $79,872, with the top 86% making $98,860.
For an individual filer in this tax bracket, you would have an estimated average federal tax in 2018 of 22%. After a federal tax rate of 22% has been taken out, Benefits Administrators could expect to have a take-home pay of $57,805/year, with each paycheck equaling approximately $2,409*.
* assuming bi-monthly pay period. Taxes estimated using tax rates for a single filer using 2018 federal and state tax tables. Metro-specific taxes are not considered in calculations. This data is intended to be an estimate, not prescriptive financial or tax advice.
With a take-home pay of roughly $4,817/month, and the median 2BR apartment rental price of $2,506/mo**, a Benefits Administrator would pay 52.02% of their monthly take-home salary towards rent.
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