Translation of take-home pay in Spanish:

take-home pay

sueldo neto, n.

Pronunciation /ˈteɪkhəʊm ˌpeɪ//ˈteɪkˌhoʊm ˌpeɪ/


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    sueldo neto masculine
    • If you have no savings at all, as a ballpark figure, take your current age, divide by two and save that number as a percentage of your take-home pay for the rest of your working life.
    • In the last two budgets, we played a major role in improving take-home pay for workers.
    • The fact of the matter is that rising inflation is setting at naught the modest gains in take-home pay granted through tax reform and income rises.
    • I'd hesitate to spend a third of my take-home pay on mortgage repayments, let alone more than half!
    • In fact, I'd be paying the majority of my take-home pay to my mortgage lender for quite some time!
    • Lower-income workers have also benefited from the Earned Income Tax Credit, which boosts their take-home pay.
    • We then take a closer look at specific benefits and how you may be able to potentially increase your equivalent take-home pay by including a particular benefit in your salary package.
    • By reducing the tax taken out of women's pay when they return to work or when they increase their hours, the tax credit can dramatically increase take-home pay.
    • It is estimated that the working poor are forced to pay half their take-home pay for rent.
    • The tax burden is significant, and in our case even when my wife returns to work the cost of child care will account for more than 45% of her take-home pay.
    • We asked mothers to choose an income range within which their weekly household income fell, including take-home pay and benefits.
    • The workers say that they are often not paid this rate and that their take-home pay is reduced because the employer deducts rent and food.
    • The total increase of 7 per cent over 18 months will probably maintain the real value of pre-tax pay, resulting in a fall in the value of take-home pay in real terms.
    • Without a doubt, a greater percentage of the nation's take-home pay is going toward stocking the family medicine cabinet.
    • Mortgage repayments are still eating into first-time buyers' take-home pay to about the same extent that they did a decade ago.
    • Aim to build a fund that amounts to at least three months take-home pay, preferably six months for extra comfort.
    • In return for moderate pay rises, take-home pay was increased through tax reductions.
    • The pay freeze comes on top of two years where workers saw no rise in take-home pay because an increase in pension contributions swallowed up what was supposed to be a ‘rise’.
    • The actual increase in take-home pay for the average worker, however, will amount to just $4 per week - the equivalent of a loaf of bread and a litre of milk.
    • Analysts credited last year's big rise, which few had predicted, to a strong growth in take-home pay, low unemployment and cheap borrowing costs.