@Venice-Gribbin Ben earns 12,800 a year. 15% is taken out for taxes. How much is taken out for taxes? o.o..

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@Venice-Gribbin Ben earns 12,800 a year. 15% is taken out for taxes. How much is taken out for taxes? o.o..

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to find out how much is being taken out, we multiply our gross income by our percentage, so 12,800*.15
15% x $12,800 = 0.15 x $12,800 = $1920
.....Come on, really? I was going to.. forget it..

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Sorry, nobody was responding so figured i would help out.
I was going to respond, you should have waited. :( Wow, just wow.
you could still try to do it on your calculator and see if you come up with the same answer and we can go over any mistakes.
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....I rather ask help from iGreen. I feel more comfortable with him, thanks anyway. :\
all right. @iGreen
oh, iGreen appears to be offline when i hover over his tag.
Awww, man.. :\

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