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Asked in Landscaping
What is the typical hourly pay rate for an amateur landscape gardener?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
If you plan to spend 9 percent of your monthly income on medical expenses how much would you budget for a monthly income of 1550?
Asked in Retirement Planning
Will the retirement income calculator estimate your monthly income?
Asked in Income Taxes
Does a wife have to pay taxes on the allowance given monthly by husband?
If the monthly amount is supposed to be ALIMONY payments YES the monthly Alimony payment amounts would be taxable income to you on your own 1040 income tax return. If you are still married and filing a married filing joint income tax return all of joint worldwide income would be reported on the MFJ income tax return and the monthly allowance from your husband would just be and amount from the after income tax funds that were reported on the MFJ income tax return.
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Banking
If you spend 58 on entertainment every month what would your monthly income be?
Is gross income monthly or weekly?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
A family spends 9 percent of it income on entertainment how much do they spend if their monthly income is 5000?
Asked in New Testament, Jesus Christ
What was the cost of food in Christ's time related to monthly income?
What education does a professional gardener need?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
If Lindsey spent 125 on personal items did she spend 8 percent of her monthly income of 1700?
Since '1700' would be 100%, we can simply calculate the percentage she spent by dividing what she spent with her monthly income. 125 / 1700 = 0.0735 Now we multiply this number by 100 to get the total percentage she spent. 0.0735 x 100 = 7.35% So, no, she did not spend 8% of her monthly income, she only spent 7.35% Another way you can do this is by calculating how much 1% of her monthly income would be, and then multiplying it by 8 and comparing it to the total amount she spent. Since '1700' would be 100%, then '1700' divided by 100 would equal how much 1% of her monthly income is. 1700/100 = 17 Now, we can multiply that by 8. 17 x 8 = 136 So, $136 is how much 8% of Lindsey's income. Knowing this, and knowing she only spent $125, the answer is No, she did not spend 8% of her $1700 monthly income. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Or multiply 1700 by 8% which is .08 and compare that to 125.
What is the monthly income of a Broadway performer?
What are sub primes?
Sub prime can be used in two aspects 1. Sub prime customer - A customer who does not have a great credit history and does not have the income to pay the monthly mortgage payments on the loan he is asking for 2. Sub prime Loan - A loan that is granted to a sub prime customer If you have a monthly income of $10000 and you ask for a mortgage loan with monthly payment of $4000 then you are a good customer If you have a monthly income of $4000 and you ask for a loan with monthly payment as $10000 then you would be a sub prime customer
Asked in Annuities
What can be calculated on the Immediate Annuities website?
Asked in Insurance
Is there a minimum income required to qualify for an income protection insurance?
What is the gross monthly income of a computer animator?
Asked in Mortgages, Home Equity and Refinancing
Can you buy a home with a low income?
The answer would be yes, depending. A good rule of thumb is to calculate 43% of your gross income. Then, subtract your monthly payments (credit cards, installment loans and such). You'll be left with a figure that should be close to you eligible amount for a total monthly mortgage payment (principal, interest, taxes and insurance). It would be wise to ensure that even if my calculation allows this total monthly payment to be over 31% of your gross income, that you try not to take a mortgage payment over that amount. Many do, but it stretches them financially.
Do monthly retirement checks reduce social security checks?
Asked in Personal Finance
If you have budgeted 2.3 of your income to go toward car repair how much should you set aside each month if you earn a monthly income of 1800?
Asked in Dodge Magnum
What income would you need to afford 2007 Dodge Magnum?
Well, it depends on what other bills you may have and what model of the Magnum you would purchase. Resale values of a 2007 Dodge magnum range anywhere from $7,475 - $24,050 depending on the model, the location, and the condition the vehicle is in. Monthly payments would then be anywhere from $125/mo to $400/mo (based upon a 0% APR). Assuming you have no other bills, and you were able to get 0% financing for 60 months, you would need a monthly income ranging from $125 - $400, or a weekly income of $32 - $100.
How much do 220K in student loans affect the approval of a 200K home loan if your joint income is 70K?
If you pull a three beur., credit report it will show all your debt and monthly payments. this is what a lender looks at. All the monthly payments on the credit report. This Would be added to the respective new monthly payment, taxes and insurance of your new loan as a percentage of your gross monthly income. There are two ratios. The top will be the percentage of your new mortgage, property taxes and insurance on a monthly basis of your gross monthly income. The bottom ratio will be this plus all other monthly debt. 28% is great, 40% is somewhat harder, 50% is almost the end. Of course this all do's not matter if you have great credit scores and go Stated. In this case you just say how much you make a month. If you are still in school or taking courses etc. then the shool loans do not count. You would have to get a letter from the school etc. that you are still going.