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Wondering 28 dollars an hour is how much a year?

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I think you’re trying to come up with an estimate if $28 an hour is good enough as an income

You will not like my answer because I will tell you **It all depends on where you live**

But the good news is 28 dollars an hour is decent income for one person and hard for a family

I discussed before $40,000 a year so I will do the same for 28 dollar an hour

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## How much is 28 per hour annually?

Before I start making any calculations

I will lay down a fact and not an assumption

There are 40 hours per week that are considered as working hours divided into 8 hours a day for 5 weekdays and 2 days off as weekend

Since entire year has 52 weeks and most employees take 2 weeks as a paid vacation

These 2 paid weeks are included in your salary

So to calculate your annual salary you have to multiply your hourly rate times the number of hours per week times the number of weeks

Annual salary = hourly rate x hours per week x weeks per year

And so annual salary = 28 x 40 x 52 = $58,240

Keep in mind this is a gross amount before taxes

Usually taxes in North America ranges between 10% to %37 in US and 15% to 33% in Canada

Assume your taxes is 20% roughly so you pay taxes around $58,240 x 20% = $11,648

Your net annual salary = $58,240 – $11,648 = $46,592

## How much is 28 an hour per month?

There is obnoxious mistake every one falls into when calculating how much is 28 an hour per month

If you get the net annual salary which is equal to $46,592 and not the gross salary which is $58,240 then you have passed the first common mistake

The second mistake is inevitable and that is dividing the net $46,592 by 12 months

Actually you will end up with number that does not add up when you sum your 2 biweekly paychecks

But why? because most of us get paid every 2 weeks and since we have 52 weeks per year so you collect 26 biweekly paychecks and not 24 paychecks

This means you will have 2 extra paychecks in 2 separate months

Take a look at your calendar to locate the 2 extra paychecks and mark these 2 months

Back again to our equation of how much is 28 an hour per month

If we divide the net annual salary $46,592 by 12

You will get $3,882.67 per month

Although in reality if you divide $46,592 by 26 you will get $1,792

Assuming it’s the month where you get paid 2 paychecks only

Then you will get paid $1,792 times 2 = $3,584

## How much is 28 an hour per week?

This is easy as one week is one out of 52 weeks in a year

To get how much is 28 an hour per week just divide your net annual salary by 52

Weekly salary = net annual salary / 52 weeks so $46,592 / 52 = $896

## Is $28 an hour good pay?

I will be realistic $28 an hour is a good pay for a single person

It is going to be barely hard for a family to survive on a monthly salary of $3,584

Especially if they have a mortgage to pay and average family of 2 kids

## How to budget $58,240 on monthly basis?

It is very hard to generalize the expenses as I always say location matters

Renting in New York is totally higher than what you pay for rent in Michigan or Ohio

Anyway we have now the net of $3,584 representing 2 paychecks per month

Savings of 15% = $537.6

Rent/ Mortgage= $1,433.6 (40% of income)

Utilities= $180

Car Payment= $200

Car Insurance= $100

Health Insurance= $200 – no health insurance in Canada so this number goes to Car insurance in province like Ontario

Cellphone= $50

Internet= $50

Gas= $250

Groceries= $400

Personal & Misc= $100

Entertainment= $80

Total = $3,581.2 with $2.8 to distribute anywhere

I remember it was super challenging in my previous post about how you can live with $40,000 a year

That’s why I copied the existing numbers from there and started to relax the amounts especially for grocery and gas

Also I made savings 15% instead of 10%

## How to live with $58,240 salary a year?

Topic here is not about 28 dollars an hour is how much a year?

It is all about how to live with this $58,240 which comes to $46,592 as net and also save and invest for future retirement and if possible kids’ education

You will not mortgage or rent a spacious place but you have to start saving on early years when you are young because the savings are not that much

But good news is with the magic of compound interest and picking the right mutual funds

You would definitely meet your goals for retirement

Below few advice to follow

- Start by creating a budget and stick to it – take it seriously
- Do your best to save money and live frugally
- Fight to lower your bills and reduce expenses
- Take a commitment to save for emergency fund
- If you follow step 1 to 4 and figure out that you are not able cope with your salary, then you should follow the cash envelope method

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