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Career Choices and Taxes. From Foundations in Personal Finance by Dave Ramsey. Money Facts. Less than 39% of people under the age of 25 are satisfied with their jobs ~ MSNBC According to one study, 4 out of 5 Americans do not have their dream job. ~careerbuilder.com

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career choices and taxes

Career Choices and Taxes

From Foundations in Personal Finance by Dave Ramsey

money facts
Money Facts
  • Less than 39% of people under the age of 25 are satisfied with their jobs~ MSNBC
  • According to one study, 4 out of 5 Americans do not have their dream job.~careerbuilder.com
  • Only 15% of teens know how income taxes work~Charles Schwab Survey
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Money Facts
  • One survey reports that only 69% of teens believe that the amount of money they can make will influence the career they choose.~ Charles Schwab Survey
  • About 73% of teens believe they will be earning plenty of money when they are out on their own.~Charles Schwab Survey
  • The median annual household income is $48,201~U.S. Census Bureau
  • Based on the career that most interests them, teens believe they will be earning an average annual salary of $145,500 (male teens expect to earn $173,000; females teens, $114,200)~Charles Schwab Survey
the disc profile
The DISC Profile
  • The DISC profile is a personality profile you can use to determine your personality strengths/weaknesses and then determine an occupation to which you might be suited.
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The DISC Profile
  • The Dominant person is hard-charging driver that is task oriented; also known as Drivers
    • 10% of the population fall into this category
      • Takes charge
      • Likes power
      • Bold
      • Can hurt feelings
      • Can turn people off
      • Overlooks details sometimes
      • Fast-paced, task oriented
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The DISC Profile
  • The Influencing person is people-oriented, fun, outgoing, and generally concerned about people-pleasing; also known as Expressives
    • 25% of the population fall into this category
      • Good talkers
      • Outgoing
      • Entertains others
      • Impulisive
      • Can waste time
      • Won’t be quiet
      • Loses sight of the task
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The DISC Profile
  • The Stable person is amiable, loyal, does not like conflict; also known as Amiables
    • 40% of the population fall into this category
      • Steady
      • Loyal
      • Calm
      • Understanding
      • Slow to act
      • Low profile
      • Can seem unenthusiastic
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The DISC Profile
  • The Compliant person is analytical, loves detail, factual, can seem rigid; also known as Analyticals
    • 25% of the population fall into this category
      • Loves detail
      • Very logical
      • Factual
      • Can seem rigid
      • Resistant to change
      • Too serious
taxes deductions withholdings
Taxes, Deductions, Withholdings
  • Federal income tax is used to support government programs
  • State income tax is used to support state services
  • FICA (Federal Insurance Contribution Act) pays for benefits that workers and families receive for either Social Security or Medicare.
    • Social Security pays for benefits under the old-age survivors and disability insurance part of the act
    • Medicare pays for benefits under the hospital insurance part of the act.
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Taxes, Deductions, Withholdings
  • Sales tax is used by states as a source of their income and each state sets its own tax rate
    • Taxes on cars, clothing, movie tickets, groceries are subject to sales tax in Alabama
  • Excise tax is levied on certain goods produced within a country and is sometimes referred to as luxury tax.
    • This tax is used by both state and federal governments and includes taxes on items such as gas, beer, liquor, cigarettes
  • Property tax is the main source of revenue for local governments
    • Taxes on land, private homes, and business property are examples of this type of tax
  • Some states tax certain types of personal property, which might include cars, boats, and recreational vehicles.
  • Taxes on wealth include inheritance, estate, and gift taxes
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