Getting mine tomorrow taxed at 30% in Washington not bad for free money especially if you’re employed already somewhere else Thanks Nestle
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Got mine today- exactly 2 months after last day worked. Lumped in with severance- 16k taxed at 39%
netted a little over 10k - can’t complain
Yea I know a guy who was extended until February. He said he basically hasn't done anything for the past 2 months. Just collecting free paychecks and racking up that retention bonus while sitting at home.
I wonder how much the RSR who got extended until late March will be getting. Big money
Getting mine tomorrow. Ended up being $14,285, taking home a little over $10k after taxes. Pretty much what I expected the whole time. I probably could have jacked up my hours a lot more over summer and made a bit more, but oh well I'm happy with it.
actually mine was taxed @ 40% but was right on what the package said was 12000 got @7900
What was your position if u don’t mind me asking and what area???
Getting mine this Friday 1/17. My last day was 11/17. They put it with a severance check for the for a total of $16,664 and I only actually got around $10,800
Yup, got mine today, was dead on what i figured, am pleased
Both of those are great news! Thank you for sharing.
its taxed at supplemental rate which is 25% in michigan its in the package have not got mine yet but co worker got on the 1/3 so about 30 days out.
Someone posted in one of the top threads they gross 14k and walked away with 11k so probably 22% depending on other taxes coming out
Yeah I’m curious if it was taxed the max 40% or just regularly. Also was it one lump sum or did they give u 1/2 and 1/2
Great how was it taxed was it more then expected ?
I got mine 1/3 with my last day worked 11/2
No not yet my 65 day is almost up so hopefully it's coming soon when was your last day? Mine was 11/23