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Just checked my pay stub. Looks like an extra $70/week is going to my bank account.

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I get paid monthly, and just checked my paycheck. I am now getting an extra $85 per month after taxes. I upped my 401K contribution to make my pay back to what I have been getting.




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When are the changes supposed to be in place by? I just checked my paycheck I got this week and it was exactly the same as it always has been.


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When are the changes supposed to be in place by? I just checked my paycheck I got this week and it was exactly the same as it always has been.


The changes took place Jan 1, but the IRS had to update withholding charts. People who use paychex, ADP, and intuit are going to see the changes the fastest. People who work for companies that do pay checks in house may need to wait a little longer as their employers implement the new tables.

Either way you still owe less in Jan and Feb so if you don't see it on your last stub you can get it back at tax time next year.



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My federal withholding decreased by $175 for this last two week period.
 
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Fiancee just checked her pay stub. $100 a month more in her pocket. Brings the total for our household up to $7,200 per year in tax savings and additional pay.

That's not crumbs at all, that's serious dough.



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Extra $60/month here, kicked in last week. I get paid every two weeks (salary) but my staff gets paid every week (hourly) and they were pretty excited about it as well.


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Extra $25 in my check!
 
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Looks like about a $5 reduction in federal taxes. That combined with slightly higher premium for my health care plan and the ability to deposit more money in my HSA, my gross is about $4 less per paycheck every two weeks.

I was wrong. My employer just implemented the new withholding schedule this week. My take home pay will increase $80 per paycheck. Not as large as I had hoped, but better than nothing.
 
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My employer still has not adjusted the tax tables.


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Looks like about a $5 reduction in federal taxes. That combined with slightly higher premium for my health care plan and the ability to deposit more money in my HSA, my gross is about $4 less per paycheck every two weeks.

I was wrong. My employer just implemented the new withholding schedule this week. My take home pay will increase $80 per paycheck. Not as large as I had hoped, but better than nothing.


You just need to express it in a different way.

$80 x 26 = $2080

That's two grand per year extra, which can be expressed in other ways:

* 10 cases of 9mm or 10,000 rounds
* 80 bricks of. 22LR or 40,000 rounds
* A SIG Legion pistol, new P365, and a couple of holsters.
* 3-5 car payments depending on your ride.
* Mortgage payment, maybe two if you're in rural area.
* $2,080 more towards retirement
*10-20 fancy dinners for you and wife.
* An unexpected repair needed.

See when you frame it properly, it's nothing to be disappointed by.

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You just need to express it in a different way.

$80 x 26 = $2080

That's two grand per year extra, which can be expressed in other ways:

Borrowed from your children, and your children's children?

You would think that tax cuts would be followed by spending cuts... but that is not the case. Last night, the GOP just approved more and bigger government, spending an Obama-sized Trillion Dollars! more than they will collect... Roll Eyes


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I'm getting approximately $50 a month less deduction than I used to get - but I also got a 3% raise that took effect at the same time as the tax thing, so didn't try to do the full math on this...

so - salary X 1.3% + $50 = good.


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You just need to express it in a different way.

$80 x 26 = $2080

That's two grand per year extra, which can be expressed in other ways:

Borrowed from your children, and your children's children?

You would think that tax cuts would be followed by spending cuts... but that is not the case. Last night, the GOP just approved more and bigger government, spending an Obama-sized Trillion Dollars! more than they will collect... Roll Eyes


Tax cut + expenditure increase = bad
Tax cut + expenditure decrease = good
Tax cut + maintained spending = maybe good

I'd love to see so many things cut out of our budget. The federal movement has it's hands in so many things, that the founding fathers would have a heart attack if they knew what we were up to nowadays.

I can only pray that the repatriation of money to US soil and increased manufacturing in the US will offset some of the lost revenue.



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Everyone I hear from here and at work is getting anywhere from $25 to $100 or more a week with the tax cuts, so I had to roll my eyes when Yahoo News had a full article featuring someone getting a whopping $5 a week. C’mon now, that’s the ONLY person you could find as an example?
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Ugh, my tax cut just got wiped out...HR just announced insurance premiums are up another 8%.




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Has not made any difference in my retirement pension, nor social security.


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My retirement check went up a tad over $100 a month.... I'm happy! Thank You President Trump!
 
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+$62 per paycheck. I'll take it.
 
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