Q: What is the number one company that pays 6 figure income?

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You really can't calculate your annual salary from your net pay due to taxes and deductions varying from each pay cycle. To find your annual salary you will need to multiply your gross (before taxes) pay by the number of pays in the year, or your pay frequency (see chart below). Pay Frequency = Number of Pays During Calendar Year Weekly = 52 pays a year Bi-Weekly = 26 pays a year Semi-Monthly = 24 pays a year Monthly = 12 pays a year For example, to calculate a bi-weekly pay frequency receiving $2,500 each pay (for 26 pays a year) multiply $2,500 * 26 = $65,000.

There is not a single day where gas is cheaper. It all depends on how much the company pays for the oil during a certain time period.

You get a W-2 form from an employer who pays payroll taxes. You get a 1099 from someone who paid you, but did not pay taxes on the money you were paid. This means that any income you get on a 1099 must be paid at a higher self-employment tax rate.

A fixed annuity is an annuity that pays a fixed amount of interest, defined by the terms of the contract. It is comprised of the money that you put in and the interest the insurance company provides in exchange.

Divide the company's effective tax rate by 100 to convert to a decimal. For example, if the company pays 29 percent in taxes, divide 29 by 100 to get 0.29. Subtract the company's tax rate expressed as a decimal from 1. In this example, subtract 0.29 from 1 to get 0.71. Divide the company's after-tax cost of debt by the result to calculate the company's before-tax cost of debt. In this example, if the company's after tax cost of debt equals $830,000, divide $830,000 by 0.71 to find a before-tax cost of debt of $1,169,014.08.

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Primerica Financial Service, NYSE company pays most seven figure income in the US.

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the answer is 2958.33 -APEX

It shouldn't. Dividends are not considered an expense since stockholders are investing in the company. In return for investing, the company pays them but they are not employees.

yes,he has to pay 30% of income tax ,, bhawna :P........ i m aayushi :P

The general rule of thumb is that you can't put more money into your 401k than the total income that your company pays you.

None, That's why it's offshore. The only reason to exist "Offshore" in international waters is to avoid jurisdictional obligations such as taxes and regulations.

an individual who buys an annuity pays the insurance company a sum of money and, in return, will receive a monthly income for as long as the purchaser lives.