(redirected from Payroll deduction)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for payroll

a list of employees and their salaries

the total amount of money paid in wages

the department that determines the amounts of wage or salary due to each employee

References in periodicals archive ?
We hope to get the word out this year about how easy it is to just fill out a form and donate through a payroll deduction.
The proposed regulation is intended to make it less likely that a court would find that a state-based payroll deduction IRA is pre-empted by federal law.
About half (51 percent) of the under-30 group prefers payroll deduction while 35 percent said they had no preference or were unsure.
Does forbidding public schools from collecting union dues through payroll deductions violate unions' rights to freedom of speech under the First Amendment?
The measure would have banned organizations that received money via government employee payroll deductions from using those funds for "political" purposes.
The payroll deduction process is working well, and our chapter has experienced an increase in membership.
Your payroll deduction contribution can also count as your membership to AMERICAN FORESTS.
If the Disabled American Veterans Charitable Service Trust isn't listed in your workplace giving campaign material, simply write in on your pledge form for payroll deductions to be made to the DAV Charitable Service Trust, 3725 Alexandria Pike, Cold Spring, KY 41076.
This could mean doing so 4 to 12 times a year, depending on whether the company offers payroll deduction of contributions.
INDIANAPOLIS - The Sigma Delta Chi Foundation has implemented a new system for receiving contributions - automatic payroll deduction.
The rate or amount of payroll deduction may be changed once a year.
In particular, the voluntary payroll deduction concept is serving as a partial solution to the potentially devastating cost of long-term health care.
170A-13T(b) provides that a contribution made by means of withholding from a taxpayer's wages may be substantiated by (i) a pay stub, Form W-2, or other document furnished by the employer showing the amount withheld; and (ii) a pledge card or other document prepared by the donee organization that includes a statement that the organization does not provide goods or services in whole or partial consideration for any contributions made to the organization by payroll deduction.
This loan automation program has been exceptionally well received as a solution for terminated participants, multi-employer plans, employers with seasonal layoffs, plans with multiple loans and other workplace environments where payroll deduction is not an efficient solution for plan loan administration," says Barry Kublin, President of BPAS.