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  • 1. Understanding Paychecks & Using Banks
  • 2. Understanding Paychecks:Do you know what these words mean?•deposit –Put your paycheck in the bank.•pay stub –describes earnings, hours you worked and deductions•financial records -pay stubs, tax, insurance and car loan papers. Save financialrecords 7 years.•identity theft –Thieves may use your credit card or social security numbers to stealyour money.•payroll secretary-follows rules to make sure correct taxes are removed from yourpaycheck.•net pay-your pay before taxes•gross pay–after tax pay. This is what you take home.•deduct-subtract•deductions-Money subtracted from your paycheck for taxes or to help you.•pay stub -a paper attached to your paycheck that shows how much tax is subtractedfrom your income.•Charity-Money to help people. Giving charity reduces your taxes.•Retirement and 401K – money you will use when you are too old to work.•Direct deposit-The payroll secretary will send your pay to the bank.•Pay Yourself First!-Deduct money every pay day and save it!•interest –Extra money the bank will pay you for saving money.•FDIC –the government insures money in the bank to make it safe.
  • 3. Its great to get a paycheck! http://womeninbiz.sbresources.com/blog/images/money-into-air-image.jpg
  • 4. http://www.themint.org/images/paycheck.gif
  • 5. What should you do with it?
  • 6. http://www.themint.org/images/paycheck.gif { This is your { pay stub. { This is your { paycheck.
  • 7. http://www.themint.org/images/paycheck.gif
  • 8. http://www.themint.org/images/paycheck.gif1. Deposit paychecks in the bank.
  • 9. http://www.themint.org/images/paycheck.gifThis is your pay stub.
  • 10. http://www.themint.org/images/paycheck.gifhours x rate = pay(how long you work) ($$ per hour)2. Check your pay stub.Make sure it is correct.
  • 11. pay earnings wages incomeThese words mean the same thing.
  • 12. http://www.themint.org/images/paycheck.gif3. Save pay stubs in your personal financialrecords.
  • 13. http://startupblog.files.wordpress.com/2008/01/manila-envelope.jpg4. Save pay stubs in your financialrecords for seven years. My Financial Records January – December, 2012 Put papers about your insurance taxes retirement/401-K credit card bank car in your Financial Records, too.
  • 14. http://www.themint.org/images/paycheck.gif http://www.zdistrict.com/2008/05/09/the-shredder/5. After seven years, shred old financial documents.
  • 15. http://www.mortgagedaily.com/CoxWantedPoster081604.JPG6. Don’t let strangers find your old pay stubs!
  • 16. http://www.mortgagedaily.com/HauckWantedPoster081604.JPG
  • 17. David Earl Williams Jr. Violations: Bank fraud, 18 USC1344. Case No.: 0596-1395657-MF(1) NCIC No.: W095306743 FBI No.: 736099XA6 Warrant No.: 103M2272, 12/23/03, Middle District,North Carolina Aliases: Kristian Williams, Chris William DOB: February 23, 1978 Description: 5 09", 160 lbs., black hair, brown eyes Occupation: Corporate executive Also wanted on multiple state warrants from Arkansas. TAKE NO ACTION TO APPREHEND THIS PERSON YOURSELFhttps://postalinspectors.uspis.gov/radDocs/wanted/razmilov.htm
  • 18. Who prepares my pay check? I am the Payroll Secretary. 7. In big companies, payroll secretaries prepare paychecks. http://www.nccchurch.org/images/Secretary.png
  • 19. http://idfightabear.com/htcfiles/cte/ezstub-stub.pngWhat is all of this about?
  • 20. http://idfightabear.com/htcfiles/cte/ezstub-stub.png
  • 21. http://www.taxes.ca.gov/images/paystub.gif gross pay net pay
  • 22. http://www.themint.org/images/paycheck.gif8. gross pay =before tax pay 9. net pay = after tax pay What do these words mean?
  • 23. http://www.themint.org/images/paycheck.gifbefore tax pay after tax pay 10. Warning: Net pay is always less than gross pay!
  • 24. http://www.taxes.ca.gov/images/paystub.gif gross pay net pay
  • 25. http://www.taxes.ca.gov/images/paystub.gifThese are taxdeductions. 11. No one takes home gross pay because everyone must pay taxes.
  • 26. http://www.taxes.ca.gov/images/paystub.gifThese are taxdeductions. How much money was deducted from this paycheck to pay taxes?
  • 27. http://idfightabear.com/htcfiles/cte/ezstub-stub.png These are tax deductions. net paygross pay
  • 28. 12. deduct = subtractDeductions are removed fromyour paycheck to pay taxes.
  • 29. No one likes to pay taxes.
  • 30. In this world,nothing is certainexcept death and taxes.
  • 31. How does the payroll secretary knowhow much tax to deduct from my paycheck?
  • 32. When you start working, I’ll ask you to fill out a W-4 form.http://www.nccchurch.org/images/Secretary.png
  • 33. http://www.myliferoi.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/3-taxesfornewgradsw4-b.jpg13. The number you put on your W-4 form helps the PayrollSecretary figure out the tax deductions on your paycheck.
  • 34. 14. Some deductions are not for taxes.Some deductions benefit you.
  • 35. http://www.themint.org/images/paycheck.gif
  • 36. http://www.youngmoney.com/images/articles/Sample_pay_stub.jpg
  • 37. http://www.principlesofaccounting.com/ART/C12art/paycheck.PNG
  • 38. http://www.youngmoney.com/images/articles/Sample_pay_stub.jpg
  • 39. http://www.principlesofaccounting.com/ART/C12art/paycheck.PNG
  • 40. http://idfightabear.com/htcfiles/cte/ezstub-stub.png
  • 41. http://www.heritagepayroll.com/supfiles/images/PayCheck.jpg
  • 42. http://www.fordham.edu/images/admin_offices/hr/administrator%20paystub%20image.jpg
  • 43. 15. Some deductions benefit your children.
  • 44. http://www.principlesofaccounting.com/ART/C12art/paycheck.PNG
  • 45. http://www.heritagepayroll.com/supfiles/images/PayCheck.jpg
  • 46. 16. You can deduct money for charity from your paycheck.
  • 47. http://www.fordham.edu/images/admin_offices/hr/administrator%20paystub%20image.jpg
  • 48. http://www.principlesofaccounting.com/ART/C12art/paycheck.PNG
  • 49. 17. Contributing money to charity benefits you in two ways:a. You choose how to help other people.b. It reduces your taxes.
  • 50. http://www.fordham.edu/images/admin_offices/hr/administrator%20paystub%20image.jpg18. Some payroll secretaries can send your paycheck directly to your bank.This is called direct deposit.
  • 51. In January, the payroll secretary will give you a W-2 formThe W-2 shows how much taxes were deducted from your paycheck. http://i.ehow.com/images/GlobalPhoto/Articles/4812085/127291-main_Full.jpg
  • 52. http://www.osc.state.ny.us/payroll/images/w2_2008.jpg19. April 15 is the deadline to pay taxes on your income.Use your W-2 to prove that you already paid most of your taxes.You will not have to pay these taxes again.
  • 53. 20. Saving money is very important!Start saving as soon as you start a job!
  • 54. PayYourselfFirst! 21. Pay yourself first means take paycheck deductions every payday for you.
  • 55. Why save money?You will need money for… …a car. …a computer. …a flat screen tv. …a vacation. …a wedding. …furniture. …to pay college for my kids. …an emergency.
  • 56. http://www.arthursclipart.org/transport/land/cars/breakdown.gifhttp://www.clipartguide.com/_named_clipart_images/0511-0902-1720-3622_Woman_Holding_Pots_to_Catch_Water_from_a_Leaky_Ceiling_clipart_image.jpg http://www.clipartguide.com/_named_clipart_images/0511-0902-1720-3619_Plumber_in_a_Flooded_Basement_clipart_image.jpg http://www.clker.com/cliparts/2/7/3/c/12115447392054621007house-fire-insurance.svg.hi.png
  • 57. http://www.clker.com/cliparts/7/8/0/c/1195432342649371779JicJac_Couch.svg.hi.pnghttp://smartpoodlepublishing.com/blog/wp- content/uploads/2009/09/graduation_clipart_photograph_frame.gif http://www.freewebs.com/sonypsfree/Sony%20flat%20screen%20tv.jpg http://www.wncbride.com/wedding_clipart.jpg http://school.discoveryeducation.com/clipart/images/laptop2.gif
  • 58. 22. When you pay yourself first,you will be able to buy special things.When you pay yourself first,you will be ready for an emergency.
  • 59. http://files.turbosquid.com/Preview/Content_2009_07_14__08_54_42/piggy_01.bmpd2b7c405-20e6-4bac-91f8-e09f62a85dc1Large.jpg This is not the best place to save money.
  • 60. 23. It is better to save money in a bank.Banks pay you extra money to save.The extra money is called interest.
  • 61. http://static.seekingalpha.com/uploads/2009/9/30/saupload_fdic250.jpgIt is safe to save money in a bank. 24. The FDIC sign means that all money in the bank is insured.
  • 62. Saving money is very important!If you save nothing for ten years, you will have nothing.If you save $10 in a piggy bank each week for ten years,you will have about $4,800.00.If you ask the payroll secretary to deduct $10 from yourpaycheck each week and deposit it in a savings account forten years, you will have $5,459.71. This is more money because banks pay interest!
  • 63. http://files.turbosquid.com/Preview/Content_2009_07_14__08_54_42/piggy_01.bmpd2b7c405-20e6-4bac-91f8-e09f62a85dc1Large.jpg I wont pay anything.
  • 64. 25. Start saving when you are young.You will earn more interest.
  • 65. I dont understand my pay stub! I can answer your questions. Make an appointment to see me. Bring your pay stub. http://www.nccchurch.org/images/Secretary.png
  • 66. Don’t forget! Pay yourself first!http://www.aisquared.com/zoomnews/images/1008/money.jpg
  • 67. Understanding Paychecks :Do you know what these words mean?•deposit –Put your paycheck in the bank.•pay stub –describes earnings, hours you worked and deductions•financial records -pay stubs, tax, insurance and car loan papers. Save financialrecords 7 years.•identity theft –Thieves may use your credit card or social security numbers to stealyour money.•payroll secretary-follows rules to make sure correct taxes are removed from yourpaycheck.•net pay-your pay before taxes•gross pay–after tax pay. This is what you take home.•deduct-subtract•deductions-Money subtracted from your paycheck for taxes or to help you.•pay stub -a paper attached to your paycheck that shows how much tax is subtractedfrom your income.•charity-Money to help people. Giving charity reduces your taxes.•retirement and 401K – money you will use when you are too old to work.•Direct deposit-The payroll secretary will send your pay to the bank.•Pay Yourself First!-Deduct money every pay day and save it!•interest –Extra money the bank will pay you for saving money.•FDIC –the government insures money in the bank to make it safe.