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Working Mama's or non working who deal with the money!

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How much gets taken out of your paycheck (or SO's weekly in taxes)

I make $820 a week and bring home $ 550 of that. Thats 270$ a week!

Thats over a thousand dollars a month..

I know its neccessary, not trying to start a debate. Its just crazy to do the math.

I need to find a magical land with no taxes... 820$ a week! that would be amazing! lol

 

Posted by Anonymous on Jan. 11, 2013 at 9:14 AM
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SommelierMom
by Emerald Member on Jan. 11, 2013 at 10:14 AM

DH has just over $4,000 taken out in taxes each month.

MyGirlsAbbyLiz
by on Jan. 11, 2013 at 10:15 AM
He's an electrician at a steel mill

He beyond home between $1000-1400 every week depending on the production bonus


Quoting ajrjj05:

what does he do?


Quoting MyGirlsAbbyLiz:

I'm good with the $1100 dh brings home weekly



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Anonymous
by Anonymous on Jan. 11, 2013 at 10:16 AM


Quoting Lisha77:

I don't see a difference in my taxes. My check is lower than usual because I now carry the health insurance, but my taxes pretty much stayed the same.


You're correct.  SS went back to something like 6.2% from 4.2%, and if you make more than $200k I think you'll pay an additional amount to Medicare due to Obamacare (0.9%??).  Taxes were high.  They remain high.  This didn't skyrocket Jan 1st.

Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Jan. 11, 2013 at 10:16 AM

taxes.. My insurance is under DH

Quoting sparklebug86:

they are taking all of that out of taxes or insurance as well?


ajrjj05
by on Jan. 11, 2013 at 10:16 AM

nice he must be a master then?

My husband does HVAC. So he makes really good too. :)

Quoting MyGirlsAbbyLiz:

He's an electrician at a steel mill

He beyond home between $1000-1400 every week depending on the production bonus


Quoting ajrjj05:

what does he do?


Quoting MyGirlsAbbyLiz:

I'm good with the $1100 dh brings home weekly




weaveress
by Silver Member on Jan. 11, 2013 at 10:17 AM

Dh works and I don't even know his gross before taxes, i just know his take home. I know insurance is like 150ish out of each paycheck, cs is 60 a paycheck, and I'm not sure about the taxes. It's direct deposit and then our bills are autopay so no one really has to deal with the money. 

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CoolRelax
by Platinum Member on Jan. 11, 2013 at 10:32 AM

Between taxes, healthcare, retirement and such I lose about 1600 a month.  I try not to think about it, lol. 

lovinglife0682
by on Jan. 11, 2013 at 10:35 AM
We lose a few thousand a month. It is what it is.
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Anonymous
by Anonymous on Jan. 11, 2013 at 10:59 AM
Lmao.
Who said I'm poor? Your making assumptions about me because i support taxes and EIC?

Again, ignorant.

Quoting Anonymous:

Yeah, because it's the ignorant that earn all the money. It takes a really intelligent person to live off the govt and not lift a finger. You win, you're smarter. I bet you sleep great at night, knowing you have all those ignorant suckers working their butts off to pay for your existence.


Quoting Anonymous:

All you bitching about taxes, stay off the roads. Don't call 911. Your kids better be in private school!!
We all benefit.
As for EIC, that's such a small portion of where taxes go.
Your bitching makes you look ignorant.


Lisha77
by Silver Member on Jan. 11, 2013 at 11:13 AM
Gotcha! My SS did go up, but not to an extent to yell, "THE SKY IS FALLING"!!!! :o)

Quoting Anonymous:



Quoting Lisha77:

I don't see a difference in my taxes. My check is lower than usual because I now carry the health insurance, but my taxes pretty much stayed the same.


You're correct.  SS went back to something like 6.2% from 4.2%, and if you make more than $200k I think you'll pay an additional amount to Medicare due to Obamacare (0.9%??).  Taxes were high.  They remain high.  This didn't skyrocket Jan 1st.

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