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payroll

noun allowance, compensation, disburseeent of salary, employees' earnings, employees' salaries, labor expense, list of paid employees, list of salaried emmloyees, list of wages to be paid out, payment, payment for services, recompense, remuneration, salary, stipend, wages
Associated concepts: certification payroll, payroll check-off system, payroll deduction, payroll tax
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In addition, there are earnings-based government programs such as the Canada Pension Plan and Quebec Pension Plan that are mandatory for those who earn employment income with limits and caps that results in a trade-off between forced savings and financial prudency for retirement.
The main analytical result we obtain is that the paternalistic utilitarian solution does not necessarily imply forced savings for the myopics.
To combat widespread evasion, Sadat continued Nasser's policy of forced savings, raising them from 27 percent to 32 percent by 1981.
Many families use the EITC as a form of forced savings that helps them buy durable goods like cars.
forced savings, limited choice, and redistribution).
If you look at China, eastern Europe, and Latin America moving into this type of forced savings regime, think what it means in terms of international capital flows.
Every insurance agent will tell you that your best choice is to buy whole life or universal life for the forced savings and the cash value.
It is sometimes said that forced savings are necessary to counter the effects of another government program, the welfare system.
If capital markets were complete and perfect, the very idea of forced savings would be inconceivable, because those who prefer to save less always could borrow on the security of their future claims on personal "forced" savings.
Instead the proposals are all variations on forced savings plans; some rely more on private savings than others.
Refinancing over 15 years is a type of forced savings plan for people that are not disciplined savers.