mappers wrote:And what about this line?"Let's say you make $30,000 per year. That is $2,500 per month gross, and around $1,500 after taxes, including social security and medicare withholding. "That also means you are not paying into SS, which effects your retirement income, which also means you can't save as much for your retirement as well.
I'm confused; if it INCLUDES Social Security, how are you not paying into SS?
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Yahoo! is not a reputable source. Anyone can write for the Yahoo! Contributor's Network, where articles are written on spec - if your article gets enough page views (is sensational enough), it'll get picked up for Yahoo! sites like Shine or the Huffington Post. Writers are paid on a structure based on page views. The more sensational and/or pivoting, the more page views, the more money a writer makes. It's all about the ad revenue, not transmission of relevant information.
Yes one of the more balanced articles--but as the others pointed out only really trying to compare the wohp who works in an office 50+ hours a week & uses full daycare.
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