take-home pay

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what is left of your pay after deductions for taxes and dues and insurance etc

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Upper-income Americans more commonly report noticing the tax savings than middle- or lower-income Americans -- 46% of those whose annual household income is $90,000 or more, versus 29% of those whose income is less than that, say they have seen an increase in their take-home pay.
While take-home pay is higher for taxpayers, non-taxpayers are facing higher prices,' according to Victorino.
Ramas said the additional expenses she expects to incur as a result of the revenue-enhancing measures under the TRAIN, such as the adjustments in fuel excise taxes, can be managed so she still ends up with additional savings from her higher take-home pay.
In addition to increases in take-home pay coming from bonuses and wage and salary increases, nearly 30 million American customers can expect to see reductions in monthly electric and/or gas bills, as dozens of American utilities have announced intentions to reduce rates since the TCJA was passed.
The environment commissioner has a monthly gross of A@1/46,981 and take-home pay of A@1/44,201, which is identical to the humanitarian affairs commissioner.
In an interview, Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno said 'this is the best time' for the state-run SSS to hike the rate of its members' contributions as Filipinos are now enjoying higher take-home pays after the implementation of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion Act (TRAIN).
With the TRAIN law implementation and the third tranche of the Salary Standardization Law of 2015 in effect, a Teacher 1 is expected to receive a gross basic salary of P20,179 and a net take-home pay of P20,012.
9 per cent of the annual take-home pay of PS14,402 for someone in this age group.
aspx) easy-to-use calculator that can help you determine the effect of changing your payroll adjustments on your take-home pay.
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.
Workers at the seven museums that make up Amgueddfa Cymru/ National Museum Wales will be taking industrial action this weekend over plans to cut the take-home pay of the poorest-paid staff.
His take-home pay could be even larger for 2015, as his option package is expected to swell even further.
Once inflation including housing costs is factored in, most workers are barely any better off with their "real" take-home pay - up just 8p.
THE Conservatives have been accused of a "selective" use of official figures after ministers claimed take-home pay for most workers rose faster than inflation last year.