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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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But mandated increases under the SSL have raised the pay rate yearly under the NDP, with nurses enjoying a total take-home pay of up to P45,000, which covers the basic Salary Grade 15 level of P30,531 plus benefits such as Personal Equity Retirement Account along with subsistence, laundry and hazard pay.
"We've received no proposals from them that would preserve and protect take-home pay and until we do, will not be agreeing to changes to our members' terms and conditions."
31, 2017, the bureau's practice of imposing excessive deductions from its employees' salaries violates the 2017 General Appropriations Act (GAA), which prohibits the deductions from reducing the monthly take-home pay to lower than P4,000.
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.
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Excluding the actual purchase price of the vehicle, the total cost of running a car for a UK driver aged 17-22 is PS2,861 a year, 19.9 per cent of the annual take-home pay of PS14,402 for someone in this age group.
Here's a quick, (https://www.fool.com/retirement/2017/05/10/how-much-will-my-take-home-pay-be-if-i-change-my-p.aspx) easy-to-use calculator that can help you determine the effect of changing your payroll adjustments on your take-home pay. After the calculator, I'll discuss the different inputs and what they might mean to your paycheck.
o four percent think spending more than three month's take-home pay is acceptable.
In comparison, a single person on [euro]25,000 will only be [euro]227 a year better off - about 1% of their 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.