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(of salary or wages) remaining after all deductions including taxes

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Their take-home pay after taxes and other deductions comes in at A@1/44,026.
The secretary said the take-home pay of teachers has already increased this year with the implementation of the Third Tranche of the Salary Standardization Law (SSL).
For the rest who will be enjoying higher take-home pay amounts, here is an illustration.
The resolution said the DepEd order was contrary to the 2017 General Appropriations Act's provision mandating that an employee's monthly net take-home pay cannot be reduced by loan deductions below the P4,000 threshold.
aspx) easy-to-use calculator that can help you determine the effect of changing your payroll adjustments on your take-home pay.
Commenting on the approval Michael Harris, CEO of Martindale Pharma, said: As a company committed to improving outcomes in tackling opioid addiction, we are delighted to see our leading take-home naloxone product take a major step forward towards reducing opioid overdose deaths in five new European countries.
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.
average worker is PS102 a month worse Meanwhile, real take-home pay in the public sector fell 1.
Acquire authoritative and granular data for the Take-Home Ice Cream market in Asia-Pacific with individual country analysis.
Acquire authoritative and granular data for the Take-Home Ice Cream market in Western Europe with individual country analysis.
Regionally, mortgage payments are the most affordable in Northern Ireland, which has seen strong house price falls in recent years, taking up 20% of take-home pay on average.
Roya Levi, this family dentist is now offering a complimentary take-home teeth whitening kit for a beautiful and vibrant smile.
2bn take-home confectionery market grow ahead of total grocery, up 7.
With take-home pay increasing on average by 2% in 2011, consumers are unsure as to whether they will spend, save or pay down debt with the tax windfall, a recent survey by the International Council of Shopping Centers and Goldman Sachs (ICSCGS) has found.
Summary: Increases in take-home pay remain "sluggish", with real household spending power eroded by rises in the price of essential goods.