# How to Calculate Adjusted Gross Income With an Hourly Wage

Although it is difficult to figure your exact AGI off an hourly wage, you can calculate an estimate of what your AGI should be at the end of the year using one of several tools, including an adjusted monthly income calculator.

You can estimate your adjusted gross income from an hourly wage by first calculating your total gross income. You can start by determining the estimated number of hours you work in a year, noting that there are 52 weeks in a year.

For example, if you work 40 hours per week with a \$25 an hour salary, your total annual hours is 2,080, or 40 hours times 52 weeks. You can also start on a more manageable level by calculating how much you make a week. For example, an hourly wage of \$12.50 times 40 hours a week is \$500.

Multiply your total annual hours by your hourly wage to determine an estimate of your gross income. Using the previous example, if you work 2,080 hours per year and receive \$20 per hour from your employer, your gross income is \$41,600, or 2,080 times \$20. You can also complete the same process using an adjusted monthly income calculator.

If you have any income other than your wages from your job, such as income from a small business, income from a second job or your spouse's income, then add that to the total. If you also expect to profit \$125,000 from your small business, for example, add this amount to your gross income. Using the previous example, your total gross income is \$166,600, or \$41,600 plus \$125,000.