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paying

[′pā·iŋ]
(naval architecture)
Filling the seams between planks with pitch, marine glue, or other material after the calking has been inserted.
Slackening away on rope or chain.
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Until June 2014, the PAYE Plan was only available to new borrowers
We tend to assume that the information we receive from the taxman is correct, but I would urge all taxpayers to double check their PAYE code when they receive it this year.
He says the main weakness of online systems is their cost compared with the fact customers still need to enter their own accurate payroll information, but acknowledges businesses are increasingly interested in receiving software updates online rather than by CD- and in assigning a third party PAYE intermediary.
A notice of coding shows your tax code if you are going to pay through the PAYE system.
it's confusing for a small business looking at the PAYE website and trying to find where their own employees fit in the scheme.
Adam Longmore, senior tax manager at Birmingham accountants Clement Keys, welcomed HMRC's decision to stagger the introduction of penalties for failing to submit PAYE Real-Time Information (RTI).
David Gauke, Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury, said: "RTI is the biggest-ever reform to the PAYE system, bringing it into the 21st Century and giving HMRC access to more accurate information about people's income.
EFG-IFA client director Rob Davies said: "Having a compliant pension scheme in place is already compulsory for employers with 50,000 or more persons in their PAYE scheme.
Whyte wants an inquiry over why HMRC did not give him more time for his PS14million PAYE and VAT bill.