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  • Specifically, I'm interested in the percentage taken out. This includes Federal Income Tax, any State taxes removed from a paycheck, and Social Security. Remember, this is for a resident of Missouri. I am using this for some personal budgeting models, specifically for determining when I am financially able to get married. Any sources to back up any answers would be most appreciated. Thank you all and God bless!
  • The only fixed rate deduction from your wages is Social Security and Medicare. The combined rate is 7.65%. MO income taxes are on a sliding scale from 1.5% up to 6%. The max rate kicks in at $9,000.00 http://www.dor.mo.gov/tax/personal/faq/i... Federal taxes are much more complex. They start at 10% and rise as high as 35%. For the withholding rates, see IRS Pub 15, Circular E. Here's a link to the 2007 version: http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p15.pdf
  • There are set limits for everything. Talking to your employer would be the most helpful to you.
  • AT $25.00 PER HOUR WHAT SURE BE DEDUCTED FOR TAXES?
  • Any corporation job at 12 years old probably isn't a good idea but doing handy work is how I made money when I was young. People always need help at their house and there is nothing wrong with trading a reasonable small amount of labor (like raking leaves or mowing) for a small amount of money. You can definitely bag at a grocery store at 15 years old.
  • I was searching to find work from home, a friend of mine told me that I can start making money by creating paid online surveys .I didn't believe it but I've decided to try it out.Here are the results. 1st month - $650 - PAID! 2nd month - $1490 - PAID! 3rd month - $2400 - PAID! And that is not all.All I have to do is to give my opinon for services and products.That is so easy. Here is the site that: http://AdvancedSurveys.info Just sign up ant start, it's 100% free Really hope that will help
  • as long as no cops or child services people see it.
  • A lot
  • There are a lot of people that fish in Missouri. The average fisherman probably spends $50-$500 in products every year, depending what they fish for, how they fish, and what lures, tackle, rods, reels, etc, they prefer. I contacted my friend at Lockett Lures Outlet (www.lockettluresoutlet.com), to get a little insight, and he said in the last 30 days, they've sold to 179 individuals on their website in Missouri, with the average single order being $37.50 before shipping.
  • Fishing recreation contributes 2.1 billion dollars a year of economic impact to the Missouri economy.
  • Ask the conservative fisher-persons who decide to capture fish or the BAss professional shops that originated in Missouri. sparkling water fishing is a substantial industry beginning from boats, kit, return and forth, etc.
  • im from mo and lived next to the lake of the ozark and spent over $2000 a year boat pickup Fuel and bait and loved it and that is not including bank bait it would be a lot more
  • That depends. You'll buy your own boat or rent a boat? Maybe you can make a list yourself then check the price on the internet.
  • Not sure if rickdude is a spambot or real.
  • It is approximately 980 miles from Missouri to North carolina, and the average car gets 24 mpg... so that would be roughly 40 gallons of gas to get there... the price of gas in MO right now is about 2.84, so it would be roughly $116 just to get there... roundtrip, it would be about $231. If you want to know the exact, look up the mileage on yahoo maps & then divide that by how many MPG your car gets and multiply it by the current price of gas per gallon I hope this helps
  • I just drove a 12 passenger van from Central Florida to New York and back (approx 2100 miles) and it cost $500 for gas.
  • plan on spending $200- $400 you might stop to see sites or get lost somewere
  • jus guessin but i would maybe say 300 or 400...
  • Not for one million dollars. If they would use that money for health care or poverty, it might help to clean up their image a little, but, we all know, you can't fix, what you refuse to believe is a real a problem. They are disturbing.
  • Buy votes? Children, the money is to pay for advertisements on radio and TV and to pay for travel and other campaign related expenses. Has a Republican knocked on your door and offered to pay you for your vote? Now, lets see, if the Dems had this much money would this question be asked? If I remember right, the Dems were giving cartons of cigarettes to the homeless in South St. Louis in 2002 if they went in and voted Democratic. Sure sound like vote buying to me. You Dems are so dirty, you will even take something like a successful fund raising campaign and twist it into vote buying. You are so disgusting ! And to think, I used to be one of you. Blah, leaves a vomit taste in my mouth.
  • I wish someone would try to buy mine!! i would just take the money and vote how I wanted to anyway.
  • How desperate will she get? Getting out the vote costs money, and democrats know this better than anyone! These are highly contested (and important) states. Too bad the democrats fail to grasp the importance of wooing the conservative South...
  • No it's illegal to buy votes. But I wish they would put some of that money into Oregon!!!!
  • Hmmmm Did you say round trip with 5 star cart blanc. Wouldn't it be easier to let teenage boys operating offshore Hack the Diebold vote. Go big Red Go
  • No one could ever buy my vote even when I was voting.
  • The question is do they more money than their is hate for the republican party?
  • Well their so corrupt, that they might try. But if you look at the approval ratings. 17% approve of congress!
  • no but liberals use bus rides, beer and money to aid their democratic candidate. Don't forget about the dead voters used by the democrats also
  • Sadly the courts have held on many an occassion that grandparents do not have "visitation rights" over the objections of the "custodial parent." There are ways around this, but as you can imagine it does involve the courts and it will involve money. Depending on your circumstances you might be able to find some legal aid through your church or local community legal aid program. Frankly though the best way is to put your head to solving how you can get the custodial parent to be more amicable about your visitation. Good luck. I know this can't be easy for you and I hope that time will heal what wounds there may be so you can visit with your grandchild again.
  • I suggest finding a free legal aid, they are a tremendous help but it does take time. Be patient, grandparents do have rights.
  • Go to local "Legal Aid" explain your financial problem and ask for "Grandparents Rights".
  • Long story short, The Unemployment office messed up and it resulted in my husband being Overpaid (according to them) $12,000 almost everything that he was paid on Unemployment. This was not his fault and they said it wasn't fraud. But my husband feels like this is unfair as he only did what the idiots on the phone for unemployment told him to do. And he says hes not giving them a dime. If you heard the full story you would feel this way too, as it was not our fault at all but the government doesn't care about that. I am wondering how long it takes for them to garnish your wages. I can live without a tax return even though it might be for the rest of our lives but we are pretty poor and my husband was on Unemployment for a long time and he was even without work at all for several months so we have racked up some bills that we are trying to get back on our feet now. Its gonna take a year before our bills aren't out of control anymore and we can breath a little. How long before they start to garnish wages. Does the fact that it wasn't considered fraud help us at all. Any information you could give would be helpful.
  • First he is disqualified from collecting unemployment and possibly disability until the over amount gets paid back. Second they can and likely will start garnishing his taxable wages as soon as he starts getting paid, and if that doesn't pay them back they could put a hold and claim on State and Federal tax returns until the payment is paid in full through all above methods. It may not have been his fault or fraud but they can sure as hell collect it back. ----------------- I work for a State funded institution, they over paid me by just over $6000 their mistake, the took me into the office with my boss and a member of HR sat me down and gave me a sheet of paper with 3 options on it, first pay them the amount up front, at the time I made less than $20,000 a year even with their mistake, second pay over a one year period, see above at my salary, third pay over two years. They had no option of not paying it back, if I refused I would have been fired right there and would have had to sue my employer just to get my job back or be compensated for wrongful termination, which I couldn't afford. States and federal groups pull this crap all the time and there is little you can do about it. The Federal and/or State unemployment department will start garnishing his wadges as soon as they discover he's employed, which means if he is working somewhere that files taxes on his check that will be immediately because they also file FICA, Unemployment, Disability, and several other tax related filings. ---- My advise on how to handle it ---- You only really have two options, file with the courts to get the overage amount revoked, you're unlikely to win this case and would be wasting your money. The more feasible option would be to set up a payment schedule with the Unemployment Administration to garner his wadges a preset amount before taxes that way you know how much you are paying when and they will not likely have access to any tax returns he gets from the IRS.
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  • They'll start garnishing pretty quickly, probably within a very few months. It might have been their mistake that caused the problem, but that doesn't change the fact that he got $12,000 he wasn't entitled to. So he still has to pay it back. The fact that it wasn't fraud will keep him out of jail. One question though: You say "it could have been fixed if they had told us correctly what to do" - do you mean that he would have gotten the $12,000 if he had been given correct info? If yes, and you can prove that, you might have grounds for an appeal. But if being corrected means he wouldn't have gotten the money then, you'll have to pay it back.
  • when you're unemployed, why may you even evaluate shifting to a state with the optimum element of unemployment interior the country? in basic terms bear in mind your reward will nonetheless be paid by Missouri no longer Michigan, which skill you gained't receive a similar allowances presented to persons in Michigan.
  • I have a hearing today, July 24, 2014 for the same issue when I was assured several times that I was eligible for Federal Extending Unemployment benefits in MO. This was I believe a claim from Dec 2011 that was either reopened or a new Claim was filed. I forget. So looks like I need to get the KY out tomorrow & be prepared to be screwed over on this BS ! <SIGH>
  • In addition to Mark's answer = you could be disqualified from collecting unemployment for up to 10 years and the state could press theft charges on you (not common but it is allowed)
  • It sounds like you knew you were getting money you shouldn't. But, you decided to keep it quiet. Clerical errors happen sometimes and it is best to be honest when it happens.
  • I've gotten quite a few calls like that in Washington, for Highway Patrol groups, Fireman groups, Police groups, etc. What I tell them is they can send me their brochure but that I won't pledge over the phone - I want to get their information and check out their validity first. When I get it, I can look up the specific organization and see what their status is and where the money goes, and decide whether to contribute.
  • The only way you can find out if a request for money is legitimate is to contact the Office of the State Attorney or the headquarters of the MissouriState Police or your local barracks of the MSP. The request does not appear to be legitimate with the PO Box address.
  • It's almost certainly a scam, call the cops and check if they know about it.
  • an across the board tax cut for its citizens? The Missouri State House plans to use $1 billion of stimulus money as a tax cut. The government has already warned them not to do that....why, I don't know.....but they believe the best way to spend the money is to get it into the hands of ALL of their citizens to stimulate the economy. What do you think about this and should other states follow suit?
  • I am surprised Mizz is allowed to do that. Gov Mark Sanford of South Carolina wanted to use the money to pay off State debt; the White House declined so Sanford sent the money back. Here in Ohio, our Gov wanted to build a much-needed jail in Cincinnati. The White House said no. So now we are building a stupid railway from Cincinnati to Cleveland....even though it will parallel I-71....just another example of Socialist ideology for you. But, yes, I agree with what Missouri is doing. That's what ALL states should do. Give the money BACK to the citizens....in fact, that's the LEAST they could do.
  • I think it's a great idea, and state's should have the right to do what they want. It's sickening how the federal government violates state's and individual's rights whenever they feel like it. As far as the tax cuts being only temporary, if people have more money to spend, and invest, and the economy thrives because of it, there will be no need for the additional revenue by reinstating the taxes, people will be making more money and paying more taxes. It's how sound economics works, not this junk Obama calls stimulus.
  • I'm surprised our DemonCrat governor is going along with the house plan. Missouri politics is a very strange animal. We have a republican Lt. governor this time around, which helps the people. It is always best to put the money in the hands of the people and the Federal Government should do only what the Constitution says they can. After all it is the law of the land and the states are given sovereignty by it. We do not need a state law stating so!
  • Although I don't totally agree with it, I think that Missouri is doing almost the best that can be done under the circumstances. I'd like to see more independence from the federal government. In fact I'd like to see states refusing stimulus money and setting their own sane financial systems based on production and not credit. And, hopefully, their own commodity backed currency. It's a hard rocky road but it goes towards freedom.
  • The federal government wants the stimulus money to be spent, not saved. The geniuses in Washington are afraid that if people get a tax cut, they will save it rather than spend it. But if they save it, banks will have more money to lend to finance business activities. And once people see things are picking up, they will start spending again.
  • Prop C could be the catalyst to unravel this 0bamacare mess, and yes, many states will follow. Wisely, they targeted in on the feds demands that all citizens purchase health insurance, which is truly a kink in 0bama's armour. I believe that citizen's from both sides of the aisle will support Prop C, since nobody likes being told how to spend their money. Gee, I wonder if 0bama will get support from the Latino community on this one ?
  • First of all, I need to know if after that happens whether or not there will be changes to the State Income tax, the State Sales Tax or the State utility fees. If not, it's a great idea. If the local taxes go up, then it's just another illusion like dumbama's tax cut for the middle class, an illusion.
  • This stimulus money if not free for the states, it will need to be paid back to the Federal government at a higher interest rate. This money sounds good at first, but you'll end up paying for it later.
  • Sounds like a really good idea to me. The reason the Feds don't want them to do it is because they're afraid that it will actually work and it would totally shoot down the Dems wants and desires of creating more and more taxes.
  • When the 1 billion runs out then the states have to put the taxes back into effect. That is a program that will allow the states to keep the money without immediately putting anything into effect that will create new jobs. This stimulus package is for creating new jobs and not for benefiting those who already have one.
  • It depends. If you signed an employment contract with them that said they could do that then yes, they can. It also depends on the state that you are in and the job that you were doing and why you owed them money. Sometimes attorneys will answer a few questions for free over the phone or have you pay a small consultation fee to meet with them. If it is a significant amount of money I would recommend talking to an attorney. Remember Paralegals cannot give legal advice.
  • can the bondsman put him back in jail. This is in the state of Missouri. He is on unsupervised probation, he does not have to see a probation officer, and does not have to check in with one at all. and no courts date are pending- no warrants, he is staying out of trouble. He was told that he could go to jail for not paying off the bondsman is this true? Or can the bondsman only sue him for the amount owed and is it now a civil matter?
  • How does he owe the bondsman money? Generally they take their fee up front. The answer is no, a bondsman cannot throw you in jail for non payment, but rather sue you.
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