# englewood

The gross income of Ginger Hughes is \$215 per week. Her deductions are: \$15.16, FICA tax; \$29.33, income tax; 2% state tax; 1% city tax; and 3% retirement fund. What is her net income?

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1. total income,state,city tax is 6%
6% of 215 = 12.90
So, total deductions are 15.16+29.33+12.90 = 57.39

Net income is thus 215.00-57.39 = \$157.61

Who says we are not taxed enough?

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posted by Steve
2. my p e n i s told me it was 157.61

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