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Taxes: Paystub Analysis

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  • Price per Classroom$2.00
  • Grade Levels 7, 8, 9, 10
  • Topics Taxes
  • Duration 15 Minutes
  • Auto Scored? Yes
  • Teacher Evaluation Needed? No

Activity Description

Students will read and understand the given paystub, which contains the salary information of a person, the taxes deducted from the salary, and other contributions. Students will compare and contrast different taxes paid, and answer review questions to reinforce their understanding.


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Learning Objective

The primary objectives are to teach students how to read and interpret a paystub, understand the various deductions and taxes withheld, and grasp the difference between the salary offered (gross) and the take-home salary (net).

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  • Price$2.00
  • Grade Levels 7, 8, 9, 10
  • Topics Taxes
  • Duration 15 Minutes
  • Auto Scored? Yes
  • Teacher Evaluation Needed? No

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