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Online kent10sne1

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Re: Tax break!
« Reply #24 on: January 26, 2018, 09:53:34 AM »
I'm currently getting about 136 per pay check more than i did this time last year, .. . generally u have to wait till u hit the SS cap to get boost.     this is also with our insurance costs going up (told that last year we would be paying a bit more on our side).  and im still getting more $ in my check.
Interesting wording...you're comparing last year to this year (YoY) for the same pay date, but I have to believe your annual raise from 2017 is included in your check for this year.  Nice trickery.

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raise and bonus dont hit till mid march.  but yes see where i made that wording mistake.      i took my % raise into account and removed it.  should have mentioned that.   what i did fail to do was take into account the adjustment to some of my election coverages (mishap on my part) after adjusting 2 dedutions that i dont take anymore.  im only up $92  per pay check.   my bad
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Re: Tax break!
« Reply #25 on: January 26, 2018, 10:02:18 AM »
I would like to add that this is the 1st year my insurance rates have not gone up like they have in the past 6-7 years and they actually have started going down but only a few cents.
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Re: Tax break!
« Reply #26 on: January 26, 2018, 10:09:10 AM »
I don't get a paycheck, but investments are up 6+% in January.

don't you pay income tax on SS?

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Re: Tax break!
« Reply #27 on: January 26, 2018, 10:11:51 AM »

ya, sad part, is wife handles bill paying and $ so.  cant really sneak this for jeep stuff.   hard being creative finding ways to get cash to pay @Danny Kinder  for all the crap i want.
Young Grasshopper, your first mistake is letting your wife handle the finances...  ;-)

indeed

Take that burden off the lovely lady.  She shouldn't have to dirty her hands with the tedious tasks of bill paying and what not. 

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Re: Tax break!
« Reply #28 on: January 26, 2018, 10:29:52 AM »
I'm currently getting about 136 per pay check more than i did this time last year, .. . generally u have to wait till u hit the SS cap to get boost.     this is also with our insurance costs going up (told that last year we would be paying a bit more on our side).  and im still getting more $ in my check.
Interesting wording...you're comparing last year to this year (YoY) for the same pay date, but I have to believe your annual raise from 2017 is included in your check for this year.  Nice trickery.

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raise and bonus dont hit till mid march.  but yes see where i made that wording mistake.      i took my % raise into account and removed it.  should have mentioned that.   what i did fail to do was take into account the adjustment to some of my election coverages (mishap on my part) after adjusting 2 dedutions that i dont take anymore.  im only up $92  per pay check.   my bad
Final question:  paid weekly, semi-monthly, biweekly, monthly, semiannually, or annually?

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Re: Tax break!
« Reply #29 on: January 26, 2018, 10:31:58 AM »
I'm currently getting about 136 per pay check more than i did this time last year, .. . generally u have to wait till u hit the SS cap to get boost.     this is also with our insurance costs going up (told that last year we would be paying a bit more on our side).  and im still getting more $ in my check.
Interesting wording...you're comparing last year to this year (YoY) for the same pay date, but I have to believe your annual raise from 2017 is included in your check for this year.  Nice trickery.

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raise and bonus dont hit till mid march.  but yes see where i made that wording mistake.      i took my % raise into account and removed it.  should have mentioned that.   what i did fail to do was take into account the adjustment to some of my election coverages (mishap on my part) after adjusting 2 dedutions that i dont take anymore.  im only up $92  per pay check.   my bad
No worries @kent10sne1 you don't handle the finances so we know the math can be difficult.  ;-)
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Re: Tax break!
« Reply #30 on: January 26, 2018, 12:56:34 PM »
I don't get a paycheck, but investments are up 6+% in January.

don't you pay income tax on SS?

Not past full retirement age (66).  If you take SS at 62-65 then you're taxed on half the amount for any wages earned.  E.g.,  earn $1000, $500 of SS is taxable income.  But I never had W2 income anyway past 62 so for me it was moot.
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Re: Tax break!
« Reply #31 on: January 26, 2018, 01:12:38 PM »
I would like to add that this is the 1st year my insurance rates have not gone up like they have in the past 6-7 years and they actually have started going down but only a few cents.
Is Gint (AJ) your agent? If not I highly recommend at least getting a auto & home quote.
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Re: Tax break!
« Reply #32 on: January 26, 2018, 01:16:18 PM »
I would like to add that this is the 1st year my insurance rates have not gone up like they have in the past 6-7 years and they actually have started going down but only a few cents.
Is Gint (AJ) your agent? If not I highly recommend at least getting a auto & home quote.

I switched to @gint2  AJ, best move i made on insurance.
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Re: Tax break!
« Reply #33 on: January 26, 2018, 01:23:33 PM »
I would like to add that this is the 1st year my insurance rates have not gone up like they have in the past 6-7 years and they actually have started going down but only a few cents.
Is Gint (AJ) your agent? If not I highly recommend at least getting a auto & home quote.
I am talking about health insurance. But I will drop him a message when things slow down at work.

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Re: Tax break!
« Reply #34 on: January 26, 2018, 01:47:15 PM »
I would like to add that this is the 1st year my insurance rates have not gone up like they have in the past 6-7 years and they actually have started going down but only a few cents.
Is Gint (AJ) your agent? If not I highly recommend at least getting a auto & home quote.

I switched to @gint2  AJ, best move i made on insurance.
I switched a couple of years ago, and my rates went up this year.

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Re: Tax break!
« Reply #35 on: January 26, 2018, 02:28:57 PM »
My home owners is basically free.

 

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