the amount of salary remaining after deductions, as of taxes, have been made.
the remainder of one's pay after all income tax and other compulsory deductions have been made
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take-home pay definition
for taxes, Social Security, insurance, and other
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Net pay, or take-home pay, is the amount the employee receives after deductions.
The training interfered with their productivity in the short term, and hence with their take-home pay.
There is plenty of scope to reduce labor cost without cutting worker's take-home pay.
But to meet him you wouldn't know that his take-home pay is over a million dollars a year.
In many cases, you see an increase in your take-home pay.
The conflicting policies create real differences in employee take-home pay and in retirement benefits.
He continued to work but limited his take-home pay to the allowable amount.
Low replacement rates are often defined as less than half of previous take-home pay.
The lowering of marginal rates would increase workers' take-home pay for additional hours of work.
These changes may result in an increase in take-home pay.