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Pay including all benefits is called a gross pay. However, after deductions carried, it may be termed as "NET" pay or 'take home salary'.

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Look it up..... You have to read something in order to answer something... Duuhhh.... But its gross pay is net pay minus deductions.


The number of withholding allowances a worker claims are called deductions. Gross pay minus deductions is equal to net pay.


Your GROSS pay is before any deductions. Compute deductions, subtract them from your gross pay, and get your NET pay- that is how much you get to take home.


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)


Gross pay is what your pay is before tax deductions.


The gross pay out consists the total pay out that an individual could receive, without deductions coming from taxes, other benefits, etc. The gross pay out includes the individuals' basic pay + the benefits + deductions that will be rendered once the gross pay out is computed.


Gross pay amount is without any deductions while net pay amount is after adjusting the required tax or other deductions.


Gross pay is equal to your salary minus any automatic (non-taxable) deductions such as health insurace and 401K deductions. True Gross pay equals your total salary. Example: An employee gets paid $10 per hour and works for 40 hours. They also have insurance and 401K deductions of a total of $49.80 automatically deducted. Gross pay = $ 350.20 (40 x $10.00 - $49.80) True Gross pay = $400.00 (40 x $10.00)


Gross. It's what you earn before any deductions.


The difference between gross pay and net pay is that gross pay is the amount that you receive before tax deductions and pay net is the money you take home after all the tax deductions


gross income - (required deductions + optional deductions)


Yes. Before deductions it's called gross.


No that's GROSS PAY Net pay is what you have after ALL deductions have been calculated and subtracted


Gross pay is what you make before any deductions. If a job is advertised at $30,000 a year, then that's the gross pay. Net pay is what's left after taxes, health benefits and other deductions are taken out of your check. So gross pay of $30,000 would become something like net pay of $22,564.


gross capacity minus capacity deductions


Your annual income is generally your net income - what you earned (gross income) minus the taxes and pre-tax benefits you pay for prior to getting your paycheck (deductions).


The gross pay thickness refers to the amount an employee earns before certain deductions are made.


Net paycheck could also be referred to as your take-home pay. That is your actual payroll amount (Gross earnings) minus deductions like health insurance and taxes.


No, net pay is your take home pay after taxes and other deductions



The total amount of pay before deductions is the amount before taxes are taking out. This is the gross income.


gross pay= the amount a person is entitled to net pay= the amount a person is given after the deductions of different taxes and insurances.


The amount you take home. Net pay is the gross pay less all deductions.


Gross income is generally your total income. Net income is what you actually end up with to pay your bills. Gross income minus taxes & other deductions (such as disability insurance) equals net income.


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



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