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Take Home Pay

The paycheck actually issued to an employee after all withholding taxes are taken out. Examples of taxes withheld from an employee's pay are income taxes and FICA taxes. An employee must base his/her personal budget on take home pay and not on gross pay.
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Among those who have seen an increase in take-home pay, 18% say it has helped their financial situation a lot, 47% say it has helped a little and 35% say it has not helped.
But even without the SSL, our take-home pay rose because the tax was reduced, our withholding tax," Abuyen said.
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Contributions to a qualified plan, participation in a company-sponsored cafeteria plan, change in filing status, or number of allowances claimed will have a direct impact on take-home pay.
In in , f hn low in th wv 2% How much more of their earnings people on [euro]70k get as take-home pay
Members of the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) voted overwhelmingly for industrial action as part of a campaign to save premium payments for weekend working, which can make up as much as 15% of the take-home pay of "front-of-house" staff.
So, while Moonves' take-home pay, including a salary of $3.
The average manufacturing worker has seen their real take-home pay rise by 0.
A NURSING union has hit out at Government claims British workers have seen their take-home pay rise in real terms in the past year.
Now she has burned them again on the same issue by shifting various forms of compensation to increase her take-home pay.
MigrationWatch said child benefit for two children, even if they remain in their home countries, equals a weekas take-home pay at the minimum wage in Romania.
He said: "Since 2007, initial mortgage payments as a percentage of take-home pay have fallen from 46% to 31% for a first-time buyer borrowing with a 20% deposit.