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Mine went into effect today, it’s decent and more than “crumbs” as that POS Pelosi would put it.
A friend of mine told me last night he will be seeing $500(!) more a month now as his took effect this week as well.
Anyone else starting to see the effect of the new tax tables?
Got a bump in pay today as well. Thank you President Trump!!
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Same here, Federal Taxes are down.
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My paycheck often varies by up-to $500 per week due to being hourly and reimbursements, so I will never actually see it, but I should be saving $7.75 per week! Almost enough for a combo meal at McDonald's.
I will just have to enjoy the market, GDP growth, investments in manufacturing, and American jobs instead.
Even though I barely benefit from it on my weekly pay, it boggles the mind how anyone can be against it. Who roots for high taxes and lost American jobs? What the heck is wrong with these people?
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This paycheck shows a $10 savings in Fed tax, about $2-3 on medicare and such. Net maybe $15-20 overall. Can't complain.
I really don't understand the "crumbs" comments from the left. I mean are they that daft? I'll take a free meal at T Bell over giving the .gov a free meal.
One or one hundred, it's better than nothing. I think the left is just scared that it will work. Kinda ruins their narrative. Glad to hear it's starting to show up.
I'm looking forward to seeing mine next week.
There is a guy at my job, he doesn't think much of President Trump and he thinks the tax cuts are a bad idea. He is very good at his high-paying job and his investments but not so much outside those arenas.
Lots of skeptical CNN viewers here in Westminster.
Looks like I will be getting ~$70 more per paycheck.
I haven't done any math yet but I would be estatic with $70 every two weeks. At $35 a week that is literally the tank of gas I use. So it would be like getting all my gas fillups courtesy of Uncle Sam.
Thanks Mr President!
I have. My investments are going gangbusters.
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My wife’s Federal taxes withheld were down about $22. So $44 for the month I am presuming.
Mine showed no change, what is the deal there?
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My increase is about $10 per week. We are getting a .40 cent raise that will be in next week's check too. Every bit helps!
Companies have until Feb 15 to implement the new tax tables, so quite a few folks aren't going to see the changes until next month. My employer is lagging...
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My investments are doing great, new highs several times a week. Under obama it was a gain followed by a larger loss so a net loss. Go Trump. MAGA!
My check went down 45ish bucks after my new elections took place last pay period. Now my check is 32 higher than it was before the elections took place last period. So looks like $77 per paycheck for me!
Yes, mine kicks in Feb.
Yep...President Trump is buying me a nice dinner this weekend.
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My weekly paycheck was up $20.00.
Thank you President Trump!
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What you fail to understand is that the federal government would have spent that money more wisely than you will. After all, they know what is best for you.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Dallas239,
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$72 more in my paycheck this week.
All I've had all day is like six gummy bears and some scotch...
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