Definitions

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  • adjective Not of or pertaining to a wage.

Etymologies

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non- +ā€Ž wage

Examples

  • The good inflation performance of the 1990s appears to be due more to an unusually slow increase in nonwage costs and import prices rather than to fundamental changes in the labor market.

    The second great migration: economic and policy implications

  • The good inflation performance of the 1990s appears to be due more to an unusually slow increase in nonwage costs and import prices rather than to fundamental changes in the labor market.

    The second great migration: economic and policy implications

  • These are estimated taxes paid by individuals on nonwage income.

    Where are the Jobs?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • - I was barely alive 20 years ago - but there are lots of forms of nonwage compensation stategies firms can employ if they want to increase employee compensation without incurring larger tax burdens (DWL?).

    Health Care and Moral Values, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Economists say that raising the income ceiling on the payroll tax (currently only the first $106,800 of wage income is taxed), applying the Social Security tax to nonwage income, or adding a modest increase to the payroll tax could add decades to the health of the Social Security trust fund.

    Peter Dreier: Lessons from FDR: When the Right Cries Wolf, Bite Back

  • Industries and businesses that needed workers and had the financial resources began offering nonwage benefits such as health insurance.

    You Know Iā€™m Right

  • If you're settling an employment suit, there might be some wages (with withholding of taxes and reported on a Form W-2); some nonwage emotional distress damages (taxable, but not wages, so reported on a Form 1099); some reimbursed business expenses (usually nontaxable, unless the employee had deducted them); some pension or fringe benefit payments (usually nontaxable); and so on.

    10 Things To Know About Taxes On Damages

  • In 1967 average real (inflation-adjusted) income for the middle class (families with incomes between the fortieth and sixtieth percentiles of the income distribution) was about $43,000; in 2007 it was more than $61,000.8 This increase does not include the increased generosity of nonwage and nonsalary benefits such as health care, pensions, flexible workweeks, more family leave, more vacation, and holidays.

    RETURN TO PROSPERITY

  • Note this new tax is imposed regardless of the dollars involved; it doesn't matter if, as an S corporation owner, you had $300,000 or $30,000 in nonwage profits -- this tax will hit you.

    The Big Tax Increase Facing Small Business

  • Note this new tax is imposed regardless of the dollars involved; it doesn't matter if, as an S corporation owner, you had $300,000 or $30,000 in nonwage profits -- this tax will hit you.

    The Big Tax Increase Facing Small Business

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