Q: What is the amount of money SS pays?

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If Lisa had a certain amount of money and spent $39 of it and has 75% of the original amount left then Lisa originally started out with $156.00.

The amount she will receive is calculated by subtracting 8.19 from 10.00

amount of moneythe amount of money a person receives when paid a certain amount per hour

its 3x

Rounded to the nearest dime what’s the greatest amount of money for 105.40 & why ?

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It depends, you should read on the price tag, + tax.

The balance of payments is an accounting record of the difference between the amount of money that a country receives (known as inpayments) and the amount of money that it pays out (known as outpayments).

The cover amount in insurance is the amount of money that covers the said person up to a certain amount of money just in case of a of any accidents or deaths. If any of these cases arise the insurance company pays you an agreed upon cover amount.

The Sender would. The money would be taken out from the Sender's initial amount that was sent.

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The cover amount in insurance is the amount of money that covers the said person up to a certain amount of money just in case of a of any accidents or deaths. If any of these cases arise the insurance company pays you an agreed upon cover amount.

The balance of payments is an accounting record of the difference between the amount of money that a country receives (known as inpayments) and the amount of money that it pays out (known as outpayments).

No they receive the prize for the place they were in. Only the winner wins the money second place pays $2,000 and third pays $1,000 even if they are negative amount or way over the amount of the prize

Retired people usually have a fixed income. This means that they get the same amount from SS or a pension. The amount doesn't stay up with increased inflation. Things go up in price faster than their income pays them.

1. Money left after a business pays expenses