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Mary Jackson gets a student rate of $27.50 a month for health insurance. There is a $200 deductible, but no coinsurance payment. She recently received treatment for a covered condition. The bill was $2,350.00, Mary's insurance company provided payment of 80% of the bill less the deductible. What was the company's payment? $_______ a1880.00 b172000 What was Mary's total cost (ignoring the monthly premium)? $________ a63000 b47000

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  1. anonymous
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    lol sorry for bothering but i have to finish this and i dont know nothing :( @Albany_Goon

  2. anonymous
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    its ok im really good at this :)

  3. anonymous
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    What was the company's payment? $ 1,720.00 What was Mary's total cost (ignoring the monthly premium)? $ 630.00

  4. anonymous
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    keepem commin :)

  5. anonymous
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    lol okay

  6. anonymous
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    What is the FICA tax (assuming a 7.65% rate) on a weekly paycheck of $407.00? 3.11 5.32 31.14 53.20

  7. anonymous
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    c

  8. anonymous
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    31.14

  9. anonymous
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    okay yeah tahts what i got too you rounded right?

  10. anonymous
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    lol yea

  11. anonymous
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    For Jane Jones is a single person with 2 exemptions. In a week she earns $212.12. The withholding is: 34.00 36.10 37.10 39.30

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  13. anonymous
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    34.00

  14. anonymous
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    how?

  15. anonymous
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    For John Zimmerman is a single person with 2 exemptions. In a week he earns $234.89. The withholding is: 36.10 38.30 39.30 41.60 and it has the same chart

  16. anonymous
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    41.60 srry

  17. anonymous
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    dont worry '

  18. anonymous
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    lol

  19. anonymous
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    Jane lives in Middleton, where the tax rate is 2.9%. Her property is assessed at $189,000. What is her tax? 548.10 651.72 5,481.00 6,517.41

  20. anonymous
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    im doing a Chinese exam and helping you at the same time lol

  21. anonymous
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    chinese exams ?

  22. anonymous
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    you dont have to put the answers but 5,481<--- answer

  23. anonymous
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  24. anonymous
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    what is it for ?

  25. anonymous
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    Chinese 1 lol

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  26. anonymous
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    do you have any more questions?

  27. anonymous
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    Find the tax on a dinette with a cash price of $350 that has been reduced by 20% if the tax rate is 6.5%.

  28. anonymous
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    and wow lol i wish i could help but i only known spanish :)

  29. anonymous
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    lol

  30. anonymous
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    i dont kno this one

  31. anonymous
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    i could do it if it was like $200

  32. anonymous
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    Term insurance has no value as an investment and is the most expensive type of life insurance. True False

  33. anonymous
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    true

  34. anonymous
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    aeee fan up tho ;)

  35. anonymous
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    Mary Hernandez had a policy with a $500 deductible which paid 80% of her covered charges less deductible. She had medical expenses of $10,000.00. Calculate: a. the insurance company's payment 7600 or 8000 b. the 20% copayment 2000 or 1900 c. Mary's total cost 2400 or 1900

  36. anonymous
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    8000-the insurance company 1900-the 20% copayment 2400-Mary's total cost that one was tricky lol

  37. anonymous
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    srry 1900 Mary's total cost because it would have been but she had a deductible of $500

  38. anonymous
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    Liability insurance protects a homeowner against natural disasters. True False

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    false

  40. anonymous
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    Liability insurance only covers you in case you get sued by others for damage or injuries caused to them.

  41. anonymous
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    Find the total tax deductions for each of the following weekly paychecks. weekly pay $198.00 $340.00 $250.00 FICA (7.65%)

  42. anonymous
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    do you need me to put some answer choices ?

  43. anonymous
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    ummm

  44. anonymous
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    $ 198 Correct answer is B) $ 15.15 $ 198 x 0.0765 = $ 15.15 (rounded) $ 340 Correct answer is A) $ 26.01 $ 340 x 0.0765 = $ 26.01 (rounded $ 250 Correct answer is $ 19.13

  45. anonymous
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    how did you got this answers??

  46. anonymous
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    The taxable value of the property in the tax area is usually referred to as________ the value.

  47. anonymous
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    a)taxable b)assessed

  48. anonymous
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    b

  49. anonymous
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    well thank you i have to go but ill see you tomorrow :)

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