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remit

Law the transfer of a case from one court or jurisdiction to another, esp from an appeal court to an inferior tribunal
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Based on the BIR's web site, employers who are remitting the withholding tax of their employees through manual means, or through the eBIR form, have on or before the 10th day following the close of the month to pay the taxes to the BIR, while those employers who are remitting through the bureau's Electronic Filing and Payment System can pay on or before the 15th day of the following month.
The law that followed amendments to the Retirement Benefits Act stipulates employers face a penalty of five percent of the unremitted contributions or Sh20,000, whichever is higher.The chief executives of the pension schemes who delay remitting audited reports to the regulator three months after the close of a fiscal year face a Sh100,000 fine and a further Sh1,000 for each day of delay.
Dubai: The historic crash of the Indian rupee may not bode well for Indians living in India, however it is a blessing in disguise for most expatriates who are remitting huge amounts home.
TULSA Beginning March 1, Airbnb will begin collecting and remitting Tulsas 5-percent lodging-tax-eligible bookings.
[ClickPress, Wed Nov 19 2014] Global Markets Direct's, 'Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis (RRMS) - Pipeline Review, H2 2014', provides an overview of the Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis (RRMS)'s therapeutic pipeline.
Now remitting couldn't be more rewarding as we continue to extend real value-added products."
"On inward remittances to [the] UAE, irrespective of whether IBAN has been implemented in the remitting country or not, the valid IBAN of the customer [in the UAE] is required to be quoted by the remitting bank for a seamless credit to the account.
Use of the form does not affect the taxability of a transaction, nor does it enable the purchaser to avoid remitting the appropriate sales/use tax.