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I’m surprised, $70 per bimonthly check. It will pay for my eldest kids braces payment. F Pelosi and her anti hard working American drivel.

I bet my company bonus will be higher as well, I hope they talk about if it is partly due to the cut, dont see how it couldn’t have a major impact.




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Just got my first monthly paycheck since the tax cuts went in...$116!

Donald got me nearly $1400 a year in crumbs!

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$150 every two weeks.


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I received nothine more. Of course I'm retired and don't earn a paycheck. See, just crumbs! Smile


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Yeah my employer gave all their hourly employees a $1,000 bonus due to the tax cut.
 
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We're getting a contribution to our 401k.
 
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Update: tax cuts just now fully kicking in adding $100 per 2-week paycheck! Thanks DT! Suck on those crumbs pelosi.
 
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^^^^^^^^^
Same here. No bonus, but right at $100 more take-home every two weeks.
 
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My take home is up $67 every 2 weeks! Better then a kick to the nuts!


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Posts: 643 | Location: Wisconsin,USA | Registered: September 01, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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There’s no way to tell. My check varies. The more patients I see the more hours I work etc. full time is 108 hours for me. Some months I work the minimum some months I work 170+ hours. It all depends.


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There’s no way to tell. My check varies. The more patients I see the more hours I work etc. full time is 108 hours for me. Some months I work the minimum some months I work 170+ hours. It all depends.


There is a good way to check. Compare current week check to one from last year that most closely matches hours. Say this week is 157 hrs and you have one from last September that was 156.5 hrs. Then you have a pretty good idea of difference in withholding.



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There’s no way to tell. My check varies. The more patients I see the more hours I work etc. full time is 108 hours for me. Some months I work the minimum some months I work 170+ hours. It all depends.


There is a good way to check. Compare current week check to one from last year that most closely matches hours. Say this week is 157 hrs and you have one from last September that was 156.5 hrs. Then you have a pretty good idea of difference in withholding.


It’s not just hours, we get RVU bonus, productivity incentives, night differentials, call pay, etc... I can make anywhere from $100 to $225 an hour depending on those factors. too much work to figure all that out. I’m not seeing any sort of difference that matters.


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