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Q: Megan had a gross pay last week of 980.00 If her total deductions were 161.35 what was her net pay?

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gross income - (required deductions + optional deductions)

You add the deductions to the take home pay to get the gross pay. $743 + $25 + $5 + $27 = $800.00

950 - 118.54 = 831.46

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Take to gross weekly earnings and divide by 40 if you have the monthly salary (exculding deductions as above ) divide the monthly gross income by 160 (which is 40 hours per week times 4)

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Gross amount.

Net pay = gross pay - deductions. Or in percentages: Net pay = gross pay x (1 - percentage of deductions / 100) If you have any two of these, you can solve the third. For example, in the last formula: gross pay = net pay / (1 - percentage of deductions / 100)

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