What is your net take home pay every two weeks? - page 4

I have read many posts regarding pay rates. However, once deductions and such have been taken out, what are you left with post tax, benefits, etc. Can you tell me the state or province you are in... Read More

  1. by   Fran-RN
    Long term care RN, work 8 hrs night on Fri, and 12 hrs night on Sat and Sun. Bring home around $1000/ 2 weeks. have $200 out for insurance and every tax imaginable out. This facility also has pay in leiu of benefits. If you don't want ins, vacation pay, etc, then they add 15% to your base pay. In this area there are places that pay a little more and places that pay a little less. As you have all said we are all underpaid for knowledge, and responsibility we have.
  2. by   nurs4kids
    Originally posted by kewlnurse
    Stuck here cuz wife, and therefore kids, won't move. Had a major blowout argument about it just last night.
    I'm sorry kewl, I know that must be tough. I'm living about 15 miles from the town where I grew up. Although everything's generally the same, I hate it here because I'm not there. Hubby loves it here cuz it's the house his deceased mom so dearly loved. I try not to let him know it's the house his dear wife so deeply hates. I hope everything works out for you!! ((((kewl)))
  3. by   km rn
    1400 every 2 weeks, I am an RN working in a nursing facility as a QI Nurse/Nurse Manager. I have been a nurse for 18 years.

    Believe me - you pay stagnates the longer you've been a nurse and the longer you've been out of the hospital.

    Wage stagnation coupled with not retirement fund like police officers and fire fighters are two additional reason to not become a nurse.
  4. by   Stargazer
    Corporate non-hospital position x 2 years: take-home pay is about $1250 q2weeks after taxes, medical, parking, and my 13% contribution to my 401(k) are all deducted. No raise or Christmas bonus this past year post-Sept. 11--holding out good thoughts for next year!
  5. by   bestblondRN
    Staff nurse in a Chicago city hospital--work 72 hrs q 2 wks. Net pay after medical, dental, parking, 401 K is roughly $1300. It's not really all that good for the 5th most expensive place to live in the country, comparatively speaking
  6. by   JWRN
    Salaried I bring home (my gross is around 2400.00)~1750.00 after taxes q2weeks, M-F, no weekends, no call. I do however get to set my own hours, so I go and come as I please. I do miss my OT and my call pay. But the no weekends makes up for that I guess....
  7. by   NRSKarenRN
    20 years experience; Home care 9A-5:30PM, one Saturday a Month in office-Sundayhome with beeper for $28.00 entire 8 hr shift.

    Every two weeks:
    1600 Gross:
    $202 Health,$13.90 Dental, $75 IRA...also have short term disability, taxes etc.

    $1,002 home ---deduct $30 more for kids allowance.

    Winter Electric and Gas=$400.00/mo YIKES! Hafto cut down on computer time, LOL.
  8. by   Marj Griggs
    My last check (2 years ago) was : Gross $2087, Net $1082, Total taxes $661.50; Union dues $19.50; 401K $313. My former co-workers have since got a raise, but I don't remember the percentage. Medical and dental were covered by the hospital.
  9. by   RNFROG3
    yikes I need to work in Texas I guess. Here in Indianapolis I work 40 hours a week and gross about 1700 take home around 1100 us $
  10. by   LilgirlRN
    Lately I've been doing fairly well..only because we are so short staffed and I've been doing lots of OT with "bonus pay" of 6 bucks an hour. When I get both of those I am making a lil more than 40 bucks an hour Worked too much OT and now I am sick though, so there is a down side to it :/
  11. by   ShandyLynnRN
    GEEEEEEZZZZ!!!! You have got to be kidding me!!!!!! $3000 and more!!!!?????!!!!! The MOST I have ever made in the last four years of being a nurse in OK, MO, and ARK, was probably $1200, and that was the ODD paycheck on the fifth week of the month when no insurance was taken out!!!! Right now, I am making about the same as I have for the last year..... sixteen something an hour plus night shift diff and weekend dif. somewhere around $950 q2weeks. Surely to goodness the cost of living here isnt that much less!!!!!
    :O:O:O
  12. by   eltrip
    q 2 wks. @37.5 hrs/week, net is around 930 after medical, dental, taxes, savings, & retirement are deducted
  13. by   kdhnursern
    I work in LTC in Kansas as MDS Coordinator. My pay is about $1300 after taxes q2wks. I do work 4-10hr shifts, no weekends, but on call every 5th weekend. I have 7 yrs experience as RN.

    Hey, Nurs4kids, maybe I should take up lap-dancing, too! They make more and any butt-chewing they get is oh-so welcome!!

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