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John's gross income is $1,000 per month. Based on an assumption that 25% of his gross income will be withheld, he can expect his disposable (spendable)income to be ________per month.
A.$650
B.$750
C.$850
D.$950
i got B what do you think?

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    Right!

    My, this is an old question. $1,000 a month is way below the poverty level.

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    okay thank you =^.^=

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    I don't think that answer is correct Ms. Sue are you even a tutor or what you just seem to give me some correct and incorrect answers a lot....

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    i am tutor

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