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  1. Brooklyns Finest

    Brooklyns Finest Light Load Member

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    Hello Guys, thinking of RETURNING to HH as a Company driver but wanted to get some real time input on whether or not to leave my current dry van position, with all the COVID19 stuff going on i know it's uncertain times we're in, but are you Company HEAVY HAUL guys still doing well with your weekly NET INCOME? or has COVID19 tanked your weekly paycheck?
    I typically take home $1600+ weekly are you guys in that neighborhood or much less?
    Want to get back to BIG BOY TRUCKN, but don't want to take too much of a pay cut.,

    Thank You in Advance.,
    BrooklynsFinest718......
     
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  3. ZVar

    ZVar Road Train Member

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    Net income is impossible to say because of way too many factors. State income tax, city income tax, any deductions like child support or back taxes or any number of items.
     
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  4. Brooklyns Finest

    Brooklyns Finest Light Load Member

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    How about a 1099 status to your answer,would you be in a respectful weekly range then????
     
  5. ZVar

    ZVar Road Train Member

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    I thought you said you wanted to be a company driver. Can't do 1099 as a company driver (legally)
     
  6. Kawinige01

    Kawinige01 Heavy Load Member

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    #### seems like you might not get the answer you're looking for. Might get a lot or responses but no answer
     
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  7. Brooklyns Finest

    Brooklyns Finest Light Load Member

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    All I'm asking is, can a knowledgeable hard working driver bring home more than 1500weekly in the heavy haul division w2, 1099 etc.,?
     
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  8. Brooklyns Finest

    Brooklyns Finest Light Load Member

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    Didn't ask you whats LEGAL or not, just wanted to talk NUMBERS, INCOME especially during this covid19 situation
     
  9. shawnhhllc

    shawnhhllc Light Load Member

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    I run OTR step as a company driver. My average weekly net has been 1200-1300 getting around 2000-2400 miles a week. Miles are down so net is down. HH will pat more as you already know. But these are some numbers that you asked about. I know it’s not HH but no one seemed to be helping you out.

    disclaimer: My net is higher because I have fewer deductions (no medical, dental, and vision) that’s already covered from my first career retirement.

    hope this helps somewhat.
     
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  10. Brooklyns Finest

    Brooklyns Finest Light Load Member

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    Great feedback, Thanks very much
     
  11. Landincoldfire

    Landincoldfire Medium Load Member

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    Most of the heavy Haul places that move 'big stuff' pay salary so pay hasn't changed. While we have slowed somewhat it's still been steady. I gross 1500 a week but add a very nice bonus every quarter.
     
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