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live paycheck to paycheck

To spend all of the money one earns by or before the next time one is paid, thus saving none or very little in the process. Primarily heard in US. We're already living paycheck to paycheck, so I don't know how we'll manage this sudden increase in our rent.
See also: live, paycheck

above (one's) paycheck

Beyond one's level of authority or expertise. I would love to sign off on those documents for you, Jim, but that's above my paycheck. Gina can't decide if we get interns this summer or not—that's above her paycheck!
See also: above, paycheck
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A senior IRS official said Thursday that Americans with simple tax situations are likely to get accurate paychecks next month.
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226 has for many years required employers to give employees an itemized statement along with each paycheck that contains the basis for wage earnings and all deductions.
So instead of taking $100 out of my paycheck and using it to send checks to nonworking individuals, the government takes $100 out of my paycheck and puts it into a "safe" account I cannot touch.
You need them to keep you and/or your organization in business, which in turn gives you a paycheck.
It's not that servicemembers were encouraged to go out and immediately spend their whole paychecks or to get married.
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Workers who qualify for the EITC and file a federal tax return can obtain a refund of some or all of the federal income tax that was withheld from their paychecks during the year.