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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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These include a current and valid photo ID, paycheck stub, utility bill, bank statement or government document that lists the voter's name and address.
Applicants must show proof of income, such as a paycheck stub, for at least the three previous months and a copy of their most recent gas bill.
Interested families are required to bring a paycheck stub, the child's Social Security card, and a copy of the child's birth certificate.
Acceptable forms of proof include an AFSCME membership card, the worker's most recent paycheck stub, a city identification badge, and related materials.
The City of Dayton (City), Department of Finance (Finance) is seeking proposals from highly experienced and professional firms to provide a web-served delivery of paycheck stubs and W-2 s, hosted on the vendor site.
Each product offered typically starts with an application and is supported by many other documents including, but not limited to: W2 statements, 1099 forms, paycheck stubs, bank statements and identification documents.
If officials find someone's income has changed by 10 percent, that person is sent a notice to verify his eligibility using paycheck stubs or other documents within 10 days.
Training and encouraging franchisees to prepare and file tax returns prematurely with paycheck stubs that omitted and understated income, resulting in submitting false federal tax returns; * Defrauding their largely low-income customers by marketing fraudulent loan products to lure them into their tax-preparation offices and by requiring franchisees to charge phony and exorbitant fees;
Currently, voters are allowed to present a host of other documents, such as utility bills, bank statements, paycheck stubs or other government documents, if they don't have a photo ID.