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take-home pay

noun as in pay after deductions

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Example Sentences

She’s not entirely sure how — she thinks maybe his hours changed, or his tax rate was adjusted — but she says his take-home pay is now less.

From Vox

In effect, the agency says, the Flex drivers received less total take-home pay.

From Time

Though the Department of Labor says this could raise take-home pay for many restaurant workers, especially back of the house workers, labor groups and activists aren’t so sure.

From Eater

The expiration of the payroll tax cuts that knocked 2% off consumers' take-home pay is having an impact, these companies say.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to take-home pay, such as: net income, net earnings, net pay, net wages, real wages, and take-home.

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