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the monthly take home pay for a vet is 51,039

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How much does a veterinarian make per month after taxes?

The only actual data available in the United States on this is the annual salary data collected each year by the AVMA. In 2011 the overall average annual salary for a veterinarian was ~US$90,000. Calculating back from this, the average monthly salary for a veterinarian would be ~US$7500. In the United States, a rough estimate for federal and state tax burdens is 30%, so once this is removed the average monthly take-home pay for a veterinarian would be $5250. However, as you can see from the above, there are a number of assumptions and generalizations made in this number - the range is probably $3500 to $6000 or more for take-home pay when you start looking at individual veterinarians.

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