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You make \$22.50/hr and work 38 hours each week.  You are paid weekly.  Taxes are Federal (25%), FICA (7.65%), and State (3%).  What is your Gross income on your next paycheck?

\$550.19

\$855.00

\$304.81

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You make \$22.50/hr and work 38 hours each week.  You are paid weekly.  Taxes are Federal (25%), FICA (7.65%), and State (3%).  You are also having \$30/paycheck withheld for health care.  What is your realized income for your next paycheck?

\$825.00

\$550.19

\$520.19You make \$22.50/hr and work 38 hours each week.  You are paid weekly.  Taxes are Federal (25%), FICA (7.65%), and State (3%).  What is your Gross income on your next paycheck?

\$550.19

\$855.00

\$304.81

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You make \$22.50/hr and work 38 hours each week.  You are paid weekly.  Taxes are Federal (25%), FICA (7.65%), and State (3%).  You are also having \$30/paycheck withheld for health care.  What is your realized income for your next paycheck?

\$825.00

\$550.19

\$520.19

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