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If your job pays $8 an hour and you work 20 hours, your
paycheck will be $160, right? The reality is, what you earn is not the same as
what you actually receive to spend as you wish. After taxes and other items are
deducted from your paycheck, you will have less money in hand to save, spend,
What You’ll LearnAssess factors that impact take-home pay and tax liability.
While your teen is learning about income and careers, consider ways to reinforce learning from home.
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