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    Functions and discountablility?

    Choose a career that pays you between $1,000 and $8,000 a month ($12,000-$96,000 a year). You must be able to document your source for the salary that you claim and will submit.
    For your chosen career, you must provide the following information:

    1. Annual Income (Gross - Before Taxes)
    2. Bi-Weekly Income (Gross - Before Taxes)
    3. A chosen number of withholding allowances between 0 and 6.
    4. Total Amount to be withheld.
    5. Amount after witholding
    6. Amount to be taxed
    7. Bi-Weekly Income (Net - After Taxes)
    8. % of Bi-Weekly Income After Taxes (Bi-Weekly Gross/Bi-Weekly Net)


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    Quote Originally Posted by lissakay View Post
    Choose a career that pays you between $1,000 and $8,000 a month ($12,000-$96,000 a year). You must be able to document your source for the salary that you claim and will submit.
    For your chosen career, you must provide the following information:

    1. Annual Income (Gross - Before Taxes)
    2. Bi-Weekly Income (Gross - Before Taxes)
    3. A chosen number of withholding allowances between 0 and 6.
    4. Total Amount to be withheld.
    5. Amount after witholding
    6. Amount to be taxed
    7. Bi-Weekly Income (Net - After Taxes)
    8. % of Bi-Weekly Income After Taxes (Bi-Weekly Gross/Bi-Weekly Net)


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    I already know that, I need to know how to find the information (1-8) after I have picked one..
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    Quote Originally Posted by lissakay View Post
    I already know that, I need to know how to find the information (1-8) after I have picked one..
    All those definitions can be found using Google. I assume whoever set this question expected you to do some research rather than getting other people to do it for you.

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