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    Say you were offered a position that paid $2000.00 on the 15th and 30th of the month.

    What would be a realistic take home if you had tax, union dues (UUWA), health care (not sure how that works yet) and 2% annual salary for pension.

    I guessed $1500.00




    Btw the position is in Ab
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    ~$2800/mo

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    thanks... just trying to figure out where I will be better off finacially
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    You'd take home $1600 ever 2 weeks before your union dues.

    Yearly income = $52,000
    Fed Tax = $3483
    BC tax = $2816
    CPP = $1989
    EI= $684
    Pension = $1040
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    Originally posted by Tik-Tok
    You'd take home $1600 ever 2 weeks before your union dues.

    Yearly income = $52,000
    Fed Tax = $3483
    BC tax = $2816
    CPP = $1989
    EI= $684
    Pension = $1040
    $2000 x 24 = $48,000.00

    and the job is in Alberta


    Thanks though, I think that 1400 a cheque is a good guess
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    Originally posted by brendankharris


    $2000 x 24 = $48,000.00

    and the job is in Alberta


    Thanks though, I think that 1400 a cheque is a good guess
    Sorry, thought you were paid every 2 weeks.

    Yearly income = $48,000
    Fed Tax = $4800
    AB Tax = $2990
    CPP = $1989
    EI = $684
    Pension = $960


    = $3050/month before union dues.
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