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William earns $13,644.80 per year, and has his federal taxes withheld
from each weekly check. In addition, a total of $53.60 is deducted from
each check for Social Security and Medicare. How much is his net pay
for each weekly check?

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  1. His income tax rate is 15%

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  2. 13,644.80 / 52 = 262.40 per week

    (262.4 * 0.15) + 53.6 = _______ deducted each week

    Subtract the above sum from 262.40

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    Ms. Sue
  3. 169.44

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  4. Thank you so much Ms. Sue you are amazing

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  5. You're very welcome, and thank you.

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    Ms. Sue

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