from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. pay as you earn
- abbr. pay as you enter
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- pay as you earn
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- proper n. the British system of withholding tax.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the British system of withholding tax
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The taxman will be hoping this disclosure will not trigger a repeat of the storm that blew up last September when it emerged that almost 6 million people had been caught up in what was dubbed a PAYE "tax blunder".
In the early part of the century a type of car known as a PAYE (pay as you enter) or pay as you pass the conductor became standard on many streetcar properties and the use of a fare box became more practical.
For 2008, changes would be introduced that would impact on the legal obligation of employers who administer payroll taxes such as PAYE, UIF,
Existing Taxes PAYE, Captial Gains, National Insurance, former Council Tax etc should be replaced with a new form of PAYE which is split into classes.
"In the Institute's view also, there is too much reliance on taxes such as PAYE and income tax: a shift in this burden is required.
Wage earners - whether on £6,000 or £320,000 p a - who work hard and obtain most of their income through PAYE are the people who are being "squeezed" I could think of another more anglo-saxon word by tax dodging.
Option 2 They pay them and PAYE kicks in and takes a cut.
Penalised as you earn: PAYE for those who make peanuts
The Labour party was formed by the the unions in support of wage earning PAYE working people.
"But in the short term, whilst it's being done under the present existing PAYE system, then it will simply be taken away at that single point."
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