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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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The Pay As You Earn (PAYE) Plan aims to make monthly student loan
RTI will inevitably help HMRC to improve tax compliance by employers --it will enable it to chase employers earlier in the process and, where appropriate, impose penalties for late-in-year (current) PAYE payments.
FIRST AGAIN would to pay Labour MP Brian Donohoe, speaking in Wednesday's Daily Record for his PS14million PAYE and
It highlights new penalties for late payment of PAYE, to be introduced in May, and key changes to corporation tax filing and payment, which will come in next year.
"There is no other website offering this service to PAYE workers, many of whom do not like to fill out tax forms because they think they will owe more in tax and the forms themselves are often very confusing.
With all the other headaches of staff, these forms are often forgotten, but must be looked on as great security in case of a PAYE inspection.
This witty Liberian folktale retold by Paye and Lippert tells the story of a chicken's accidental encounter with a crocodile.
With most workers still on PAYE, it collects about pounds 7bn a month in income tax.
He is also accused of omitting Sh2.1 million PAYE returns of the employees of his company in the year 2015.
Paye, distances himself from the recent suspension of the Principal of BWI, Harry Fomba Tarnue, terming it as preconceived, non-transparent, and strong-arm tactics by some members of the Board.
THE Nigeria Governors Forum (NGF), has attributed the rise in the improved internally generated revenue of states in the North Central in 2017 to Pay As You Earn (PAYE).
class="MsoNormalIf you compute what an average matatu driver pockets in a day, for instance, it translates to more than Sh23,000 a month mdash way above the lowest Pay As You Earn (PAYE)-taxable threshold.