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And those other factors could undercut any increase in pay that you would otherwise see from the federal tax cuts.For instance, if your state or local income taxes have gone up or if your health benefits or other benefits deductions changed for 2018, that could curb how much extra take home pay you get.”For lots of folks, the tax cuts are lost in a sea of other deduction changes, which also happen January 1,” said Pete Isberg, ADP’s vice president for government relations.Whether or not your take home pay goes up noticeably this month, you should review your withholding allowances.Here’s why: The new withholding tables may end up withholding less tax from your paycheck than what you actually will owe, or just less than you’d like if you’re banking on a big refund next year.Normally, withholding tables simply offer the best approximation of how much tax should be withheld from your pay. But this year, it could be an even looser approximation.The tables do incorporate changes from the new tax law, but without requiring you to fill out a new W 4 form, which tells your employer how many withholding allowances you want to take.The problem is the new law makes big changes to the elements that have driven how many allowances you’ve been claiming: It eliminates personal exemptions, reduces itemized deductions and alters tax credits.So the number of allowances you chose the last time you filled out a W 4 might be way off now.”Since personal exemptions were repealed, any allowances [you take] should roughly reflect expectations as to itemized deductions or tax credits to which you are entitled,” Isberg said.How do you figure that out? Talking to a tax adviser is one route. A cheaper, faster way would be to use the new withholding calculator that the IRS plans to put out at the end of February.