What is the breakdown of YOUR paycheck?
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re: What is the breakdown of YOUR paycheck?
Posted by Blakely Bimbo on 4/7 at 10:37 am to TogaParty
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being single with no dependants sucks. Last pay check was $2400 (bi-weekly) before taxes and I ended up with $1600.


Believe me, dependents cost a whole lot more than the taxes you pay without them.



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Posted by TigerWerm on 4/7 at 4:02 pm to Blakely Bimbo
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Believe me, dependents cost a whole lot more than the taxes you pay without them.


Amazing that you even had to state that



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Posted by TogaParty on 4/7 at 7:24 pm to Blakely Bimbo
I have no doubt about it


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Posted by RickAstley on 4/7 at 8:57 pm to TogaParty
Approximately $4000 after taxes every month

Rent: 10.6%
Regular bills (phone, electric, insurance): 7%
Variables (gas, food, etc): 16%
Retirement (IRA, 401(k)): 19%
Savings: ~25%


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Posted by bushwacker on 4/7 at 9:46 pm to RickAstley
my last bi weekly check was about 3000. my takehome was about 1700. the rest went to taxes, med insurance, 401k, flex spending account for medical. sucks.


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Posted by SouthTexasSaint on 4/8 at 12:59 pm to bushwacker
take home 4k every two weeks, to joint bank account. I hide about 800 a month into a seperate account the wife is unaware of :)
10% 401k (before taxes tho)

10% Stock option
20% mortgage
25% to vehicles
20% bills

leaves me 25% or so to eat and spend freely, not to mention the secret account for Vegas/gambling/etc



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Posted by Teddy Ruxpin on 4/8 at 1:17 pm to SouthTexasSaint
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I hide about 800 a month into a seperate account the wife is unaware of :)


Why?

quote:

not to mention the secret account for Vegas/gambling/etc


Oh.

That's not gonna go over well if she ever figures that out.



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Posted by jimbeam on 4/8 at 2:45 pm to SouthTexasSaint



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Posted by TogaParty on 4/8 at 3:57 pm to SouthTexasSaint
you're a dead man if she ever finds out.

That's a definite dealbreaker for me tbh. If you're lying about how much you bring in and we have joint accounts, I can't trust you're not lying about any debts/financial worrie sthat can affect me as well.



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Posted by Springlake Tiger on 4/8 at 9:33 pm to TogaParty
This one is easy for me, I just copy and paste my monthly budget. The revenue part is what we net. I contribute to my 40lk and my wife contributes to her pension, she works for the state. Every year we usually get about $5,000 when file our taxes and we use that for a vacation, so it is a way that I save for our annual vacation.

Revenue Budget
My Check #1 2852
My Check #2 2852
Wife check #1 1303
Wife check #2 1303
8310

Expenses
Budget
Auto Insurance 210
Fidelity Roth 917
Mortgage 2541
Entergy 102
Atmos 25
Water 50
Directv 125
Sprint cell phone 153
Cox Internet 38
Wife-personal spending 500
Me-personal spending 500
ADT monitoring 48
Groceries 600
Wife Car 468
Wife Car-additional principal 567
My Car 598
Life Insurance-me and wife 68
Miscellaneous 400
Gasoline 400
8310



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