Internal Revenue Service: Congratulations on your graduation

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    If Washington can get moving on tax reform and gutting loopholes we can all be happy about paying our fair share of taxes. What do you think?



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    Comedy!
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    Hilarious, and true
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    FUNNY...I got a letter like this just last week attached to my paycheck...
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    a new graduate nurse with a job? hahahah. yeah that's a good one.
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    Yes, I am giving the government $200-400 BiMonthly. I am also spending a fair bit of it and having fun. Just helping the economy anyway I can! New grad at 9mo post graduation... Also creating more student loans going to WGU for BSN. Not to boast but, my SNF work does pay for a nursy lifestyle and depending on how much I am willing to work I will easily make 80-90K including time off requests every month. Job security is in SNF....... Many new grads are missing out by not seeking experience in SNF or Rehabs. The illusions of the dream nurse job are unrealistic and we all graduated with them. The bottom line these days is everyone in every field is working their ass off for the corporations to make the big bucks. Be thankful you have a license and a skill that generally is lost only if you eat the drugs. Those of you who have nice cushy jobs, don't get too comfortable.
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    Quote from WanderingSagehen
    Yes, I am giving the government $200-400 BiMonthly. I am also spending a fair bit of it and having fun. Just helping the economy anyway I can! New grad at 9mo post graduation... Also creating more student loans going to WGU for BSN. Not to boast but, my SNF work does pay for a nursy lifestyle and depending on how much I am willing to work I will easily make 80-90K including time off requests every month. Job security is in SNF....... Many new grads are missing out by not seeking experience in SNF or Rehabs. The illusions of the dream nurse job are unrealistic and we all graduated with them. The bottom line these days is everyone in every field is working their ass off for the corporations to make the big bucks. Be thankful you have a license and a skill that generally is lost only if you eat the drugs. Those of you who have nice cushy jobs, don't get too comfortable.
    Can you please explain how and where you're making $80-90k in an SNF? Because I'm being offered in that range as an NP.
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    i'm a diploma nurse in boston area, 30 yrs nsg. if i worked full time nights without ot would make close to $130,000 yr. so 80-90 in snf is possible in this area!


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