###### Weekly Calculations

Weekly Gross Income **minus** Weekly Exemption **multiplied** by 2.5%.

E.g. Employee makes $250.00 per week for 4 weeks.

- $250.00-$125.00=
**$125** - $125* 2.5%=
**$3.13** - 3.13* 4=
**$12.52**

###### Weekly Calculation over $1154.00 for 1 Week

Any amount **over the $1,154.00** or any one (1) week is taxed straight by **5%**, and the amount is added to the **2.5%** **($25.73) **portion to give you the amount that should be deducted for the levy for that particular week.

E.g. Employee makes $1,200 per week for 3 weeks

- First you find 2.5% portion- $1,154-$125=$$1029*2.5%=
**$25.73**and - Second you find 5% portion- $1,200-$1,154=$46*5%=
**$2.30**and - Third you combined both totals- $25.73+$2.30=
**$28.03**(levy deduction for 1 week) and - Fourth you multiply by the # of weeks worked- $28.03*3=
**$84.09**.

###### Bi-Weekly Calculations

Weekly Gross Income **minus** Weekly Exemption **multiply** by 2 and then **multiply** by 2.5%.

E.g. Employee makes $600 every two weeks for 4 weeks.

- $600.00 -$250.00=$350.00
- $350 * 2.5%=
**$8.75** - $8.75 * 2=
**$17.50**

###### Monthly Calculation

Monthly Gross Income **minus** Monthly Exemption **multiply** by 2.5%

E.g. Employee makes $1000 per month

$1,000.00 – $541.67=$458.33 * 2.5%=**$11.46**

###### Bi-Monthly Calculation

Bi-monthly is basically being paid ½ way in the month- Monthly exemption of $541.67 divided by 2 ($270.84).

E.g. Employee makes $500 every two (2) weeks for one month of 4 weeks.

$500.00-$270.84=$229.16*2.5%=**$5.73***2=**$11.46**.

###### Monthly Calculation over $5,000 for the month

Any amount over the $5000 amount is taxed straight by 5%, and then the amount is added to the 2.5% ($111.46) portion to give you the amount that should be deducted for the levy for that particular month.

E.g. Employee makes $5,400 per month

- First you find 2.5% portion- $5,000-$541.67=$4,458.33*2.5%=
**$111.46**and - Second you find 5% portion- $5,400-$5,000=$400*5%=
**$20.00**and - Third you combine both totals- $111.46+$20.00=
**$131.46**monthly deduction.

###### Bi-Monthly Calculation over $2,500

Bi-monthly over $2,500 follows the same steps as monthly over $5,000 cause the $2,500 is half of $5,000.

E.g. Employee makes $3,000 on the 15^{th} December his last working day after termination.

- First you find 2.5% portion- $2,500-$270.84=$2229.16*2.5%=
**$55.73**and - Second you find 5% portion- $3,000-$2,500=$500*5%=
**$25.00**and - Third you combined both totals- $55.73+$25.00=
**$80.73**bi-monthly deduction.

###### Days Calculation

The weekly exemption of $125 is divided by 5 (# of working days in a week) days in a week to get the exemption for a day ($125/5=$25.00).

E.g. Employee makes $60 a day for three (3) days in one week

$60.00 -$25.00=$35.00*2.5%=$0.88*3=**$2.63** deduction for 3 days

###### Days Calculation over $230.80

The weekly exemption of $1154.00 is divided by 5 (# of working days in a week) days in a week to get the exemption for a day over $230.80 ($1154.00/5=$230.80).

E.g. Employee makes $300.00 a day for three (3) days in one week.

- First you find the 2.5% portion: $230.80-$25.00*2.5%=$5.15
- Secondly you find the 5% portion: $300.00-$230.80=$69.20*5%=$3.46.
- Then you combine both totals: $5.15+$3.46=
**$8.61***3=**$25.83**.