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Jamal currently earns $20,000 a year in gross wages. On January 1, he is due to receive a 2% COLA. What will his gross income be after the COLA takes effect?
A. $19,600

B. $20,100

C. $20,400

D. $24,000

I think its c...

  1. Ms. Sue

    Yes. C is right.

  2. Vickie

    thanks! Im glad you help me(:

  3. Ms. Sue

    You're welcome.

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