from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A list of employees receiving wages or salaries, with the amounts due to each.
- n. The total sum of money to be paid out to employees at a given time.
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- n. A list of employees who receive salary or wages, together with the amounts due to each.
- n. The total sum of money paid to employees.
- n. The series of accounting transactions that ensure that employees are paid correctly, and that all taxes etc are properly deducted; the department in a company responsible for it.
- v. To place on a payroll.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the department that determines the amounts of wage or salary due to each employee
- n. the total amount of money paid in wages
- n. a list of employees and their salaries
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But the payroll is at $53 million, attendance was down 12% and star hitters Craig Biggio and Jeff Bagwell aren't getting any younger.
Although their payroll is the highest in the league, the Rangers again played without right wing Pavel Bure, defenseman Brian
The president also would offer what he calls a payroll tax holiday, an elimination of payroll taxes in 2012 for any business that increases its payroll by hiring new workers or increasing wages for existing workers.
It is a mark of how general manager Alex Anthopoulos is viewed in this market that he can mention the phrase "payroll parameters" six times in a news conference in which he has acquired a cheap closer; rail against reports that he has a bottomless pit of money and essentially shoo away time-wasting agents at the winter meetings; go all tough love on everybody and make it clear that in the classic chicken-and-egg scenario, revenues are the egg and payroll is the chicken; have his owners sink half a billion dollars into buying a stake in Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment - and still be deemed the favourite to spend $120-million all currency U.S. to sign somebody who hasn't thrown a pitch in the major leagues.
To the extent tax cuts are included, a cut in payroll taxes would do much more to save/create jobs.
WASHINGTON -- House leaders Monday night delayed their vote on a short-term payroll tax holiday, and in the process aired a rare repudiation of their GOP colleagues in the Senate.
But the shortfall widened dramatically after last year's recession led to a sharp drop in payroll-tax revenue.
But the shortfall widened dramatically after last year 's recession led to a sharp drop in payroll-tax revenue.
But the shortfall widened sharply after last year's recession caused a sharp drop in payroll-tax revenue.