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|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Fadayomib(m): 9:36am On Jan 31|
happy new year bro, I pray the lord will open a new door for you.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Fadayomib(m): 9:38am On Jan 31|
you can kindly look for another job so that you can always balance up your monthly savings
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by iaatmguy(m): 10:12am On Jan 31|
sorry about the setbacks, but please do your math about finding another job or staying put. Getting another job might require transit time, to and fro home and your present place of employment. This might reduce your earning time, IMO. except you get another job , that pays higher, with less stress.
please if you insist on working extra hours, don't be emotional about it.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Pwettybii: 12:10pm On Jan 31|
Fadayomib:Please is it advisable to use a sponsor with a company account and co sponsor with a personal account.both are my siblings ,the sponsor with the company account is the sole proprietor if the business,I await ur reponse
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Babyvet: 2:01pm On Jan 31|
I’m not in the least bit shocked by your employers actions and response. Any overtime must be paid . I would encourage you to look for second job, not only for finianicials purposes but for job security purposes.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Getbizzzy: 5:58pm On Jan 31|
I'm interested in letting the savings work for me, any idea?
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by lapazi(m): 4:33pm On Feb 01|
If you're over there, you can start legit "Drop Shipping" business- all you need is someone here you can trust- where your items will be delivered too.
You can look into the profiles here on how it works and how successful it can be...
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Getbizzzy: 10:19am On Feb 02|
Can you put me thru pls?
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Adolchilex: 6:06pm On Feb 06|
i have a diploma in occupational security and safety magt. I wish to move to canny, to further my studies. What will be the possibility of getting a job in the field if i graduate
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by kentoski: 9:41am On Feb 07|
But you can't be serious about putting in the extra hours without pay. You didn't go there for charity na...and please I have a question, are overtime wages taxed??
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by kentoski: 9:42am On Feb 07|
Very high possibility, especially if you switch to the environment side of the whole HSE kini, or so I heard, the problem is getting there first.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by bily(m): 2:38pm On Feb 08|
You didn't get him. He will still be paid for working extra hours but he would be paid at normal working rate.
Overtime rate is 1.5 x normal rate.
So if he's earning $10/hr normal rate, overtime is paid at $15/hr.
So he told his employer that he won't mind collecting the normal $10/hr for his overtime.
The only thing is I'm not sure if this is legal and it could put the company in trouble. They may eventually realize this and stop it.
And yes, all pay it's taxed including overtime
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by kentoski: 6:36pm On Feb 08|
Oh, ok I get it now.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Adolchilex: 3:02pm On Feb 12|
Thanks for ur reply kentoski, but my sponsor is sugesting s/korea,australia or n/zealand should incase canny visa become's dicey.PLS ADVICE ME
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by kentoski: 7:16pm On Feb 12|
I don't remember our interaction o, can you quote the reply? Plus I'm actually not in any capacity to advice another, I just started the race, haven't done much myself.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Josade69: 8:51pm On Feb 12|
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Adolchilex: 1:05am On Feb 13|
Kentoski u forget easilyThe guy u adviced to switch to HSE, if he get to canny.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by kentoski: 6:21am On Feb 13|
You see there are prospects of success and failure everywhere in this world, Nigeria inclusive, if you have the right ingredients.
The country you travel to does not matter as much as what you are going to do there, you don't get to pick up money on the ground anywhere right? The only reason going to Canada or Australia is a thing is better opportunities then working/living conditions, and it is good to concentrate your efforts too. Focus on one side, unless it is not working.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Adolchilex: 12:22am On Feb 14|
Kentoski i appreciate ur effort trying to put me through on this thread,but i'm concern on how any of the 4 countries i mention could be a pathway for success
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by kentoski: 1:23am On Feb 14|
My brother anywhere can be a pathway to success, including your village in Nigeria.
Just decide on what you want, research and determine which of the countries you think can help you best achieve that, google can help provide information, then work towards that one.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by princeaustinj1: 11:50pm On Feb 15|
Please guys I am a professional fassion designer and also a graduate of civil engineering.
I want to migrate to U S but, needs an advise on the best way to go about it. Should I go for work permit, vacation or student visa? Please help a brother
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by bolarge717: 1:01pm On Mar 09|
Good afternoon readers.
Please i have a question, pardon my being straightforward.
I am looking to futher my studies abroad, am in my final year and would like to know the process i should follow, what to do and what to prepare myself for. Most importantly, i would like to know or have an idea home much i should have minimum for this journey am about to embark on.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Sarang(f): 4:10pm On Mar 09|
You motivate me Sir.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by CodeTemplar: 4:39pm On Mar 09|
internationalman:Yes and that's cos a gate man there brings more to the table than a bank manager here.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by gees101(m): 12:14pm On Apr 20|
So na so dis thread wan take die ？？？？？ op where u dey na
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by shina101(m): 8:41pm On Apr 24|
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Thegents6: 11:37am On Apr 29|
Knock! Knock!! Knock!!!
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by sunkieisland: 1:03pm On Apr 29|
gees101:I'm pretty sure some naysayers discouraged him.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by fxdee: 3:24pm On May 15|
Let this thread continues.
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Fhemmmy: 4:07pm On May 15|
That is a wrong way to do the calculation . . . . .For an employee that earns 16.00$ an hour will go like this
Regular hours worked in a week is usually 40 hours, afterwards, will be overtime.
40 Hours * 16$ = 640$ per week and average person get paid every two weeks and that means
640$ * 2 = 1280$ every 2 weeks
You can't take all that home because you will still have to pay your taxes . . . . .Average of 22% for someone making up to 38,000$ per year while it goes up to 24% if you make up to 82,000$ per year
Meaning for someone that earns 16.00$ per hour and average of 40 hours a week, that means
1280$ every 2 weeks and since we have 52 weeks in a year and that means 26 if you are paid every 2 weeks
1280$ * 26 = 33,280$ per year and that means you are within the 22% tax an that translates into 7321$ taxes deducted from you for the year and that is average
7321$ /26 = 281$ per paycheck
And this means your take home will be an average of 1281 - 281 = 1000$ every 2 weeks
Conclusion, you will take home 26,000$ for the year ,,,,In Naira = 26000 * 280 Naira = 7.2M Naira for the year . . . .
Please note that cost of living in Canada isn't cheap at all and when the man said it is almost impossible to save
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by fullofgrace(m): 6:05pm On May 15|
Wat are the recommended job site in Canada
Pls someone should help me
|Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by fullofgrace(m): 6:06pm On May 15|
Wat are the recommended job site in Canada
Pls someone should help me :ou
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