How do Stipends Work?


Stipends are a set amount of money paid for professional advice services. This is taxable income even though taxes are not usually deducted.
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A stipend is a type of monetary payment. A person who takes on a role that is not usually paid, or is seen as voluntary, may receive a stipend in place of a wage or salary. Usually, stipends are less than wages because they are given with other benefits, such as housing and meals.
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This is a form of pay yet, different from a salary. It is usually for some type of intern or apprentice work. It is not for the work.
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The age range is 16 to 24. Students must maintain at least 80 percent attendance at school and at work sites while enrolled. They are paid a stipend of up to $300 ...
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