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PE-05 Take-home Pay



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Write a program that calculates and prints the take-home pay for a commissioned sales employee.
Perform a compile-time initialization and store the name of Nesbith Lang in a variable called employeeName.
Nesbith earns 7% of her total sales as her commission.
Her federal tax rate is 18%.
She contributes 10% to a retirement program and 6% to Social Security.
Her sales this month were $161,432.
Produce a formatted report showing the amount for each of the computed items.
Select appropriate constants.
After you finish displaying Nesbith Lang’s data, change the values and rerun the application.



Grading Considerations

Project Name : Take Home Pay
Declare and initialize
: sales to $161,432 and the name to Nesbith Lang
Declare four Constants : commission rate, federal tax rate, retirement, and social security rate.
Project Description : Enter appropriate description using input and output
four constants are used.(4*3=12)
Descriptive Constant Identifiers following naming conventions. (4*2=8)
Two variables are used.(10)
Descriptive variable Identifiers following naming conventions. (4)
Currency formatting is used.(3)
Has identical output.(3)
Other (4)


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Change the following constant values and paste the output below.

Tax rate to 12%
Retirement to 5%
Sales to $201,477


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