Mortgage payments in Manchester take up over a quarter (26%) of disposable earnings
Bridges & Fields : Concerning wage garnishment reform, and, in connection therewith, reducing disposable earnings
by health insurance premiums, reducing the amount that is subject to garnishment, and providing more detailed information to the judgment debtor regarding garnishment.
The sugar toppings market is burgeoning at a generous pace globally due to the growing retail market, increasing disposable earnings
and due to the rising trend towards gifting confectionaries items.
In recent years, we have seen increase in the disposable earnings
, shifting the way of life and economic situation.
While mortgage payments are at their lowest as a proportion of disposable earnings
in Northern Ireland (19%), Scotland and the North East (both 20%), Yorkshire and the Humber and the North West (both 23%), they are highest in London (45%), the South East (40%) and South West (34%).
Section 222.11(2)(b) provides, "disposable earnings
of a head of family ...
The new law reduces the prohibited amount of an individual judgment debtor's weekly disposable earnings
subject to levy under an earnings withholding order from exceeding the lesser of 25 percent of the individual's weekly disposable earnings
or 50 percent of the amount by which the individual's disposable earnings
for the week exceed 40 times the state minimum hourly wage, or applicable local minimum hourly wage, if higher, in effect at the time the earnings are payable.
Halifax found that parents are paying more than PS650 a month on a variety of items, equating to more than one third (35%) of average UK disposable earnings
On average parents are paying in excess of GBP650 a month of a range of items for their children, which equates to 35% of the average UK disposable earnings
Halifax found that parents are paying more than PS650 a month for a variety of items, equating to more than one-third (35%) of average UK disposable earnings
Halifax found that parents are paying more than PS650 a month on a variety of items, equating to more than one third (35 per cent) of average UK disposable earnings
. Childcare is the most expensive element of raising a child, the study found.
The proportion of a first-time buyer's disposable earnings
spent on mortgage payments stood at 30% in the last three months of 2013, compared with a peak of 50% in the summer of 2007.