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Bailee had a gross income of $2358.33 during each pay period in 2009. If she got paid monthly, how much of her pay was deducted for FICA in 2009

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  1. $2164

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  2. You are looking to buy a car. You can afford $410 in monthly payments for four years. In addition to the loan, you can make a $1,400 down payment. If interest rates are 8.00 percent APR, what price of car can you afford? (Do not round intermediate calculations and round your final answer to 2 decimal places.)

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