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Synonyms for garnish

Synonyms for garnish

to furnish with decorations

Synonyms for garnish

something (such as parsley) added to a dish for flavor or decoration

any decoration added as a trimming or adornment

take a debtor's wages on legal orders, such as for child support

decorate (food), as with parsley or other ornamental foods

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The Napocor earlier claimed the hasty implementation of the trial court of the garnishment order would trigger not only possible bankruptcy of the agency but also of the national government as a whole.
More specifically, Infor HCM customers will have access to ADP solutions to help manage administrative processes related to employment verification and tax credits, while Infor Payroll customers will be able to take advantage of services supporting employment tax filing, Form W-2 management, wage garnishments, and unemployment claims administration.
However, if the trustee of a discretionary trust decides to make a distribution to the intended beneficiary, then such beneficiary's former spouse who has a judgment in the form of support may petition the court to grant a continuing garnishment.
Because bounced checks and automated electronic payments often are re-submitted multiple times after the original bounce, bank garnishments were small gold mines for banks.
If you have funds in trust that are subject to a garnishment and you have written a check and you are aware the check has not cleared, you must take steps to stop payment on it [when the writ is received]," Silverstein said.
Specific data on student loans and garnishment is not available; however, if the current restrictions are significant for lenders, we might expect to see higher borrowing costs for students.
These problems varied from unpaid debts for student loans to failure to make tax payments to identity theft, garnishments, foreclosures on homes, repossessions of cars, and bankruptcy
discuss everything payroll professionals need to know about employers and their obligations; processing new employees; employee classifications, wages, hours, and recordkeeping under the Fair Labor Standards Act; tax treatment of benefits and payments; wages and payroll withholding; FICA and FUTA taxation; state unemployment insurance; garnishments and deductions from pay; tax deposits and returns; statements and information returns; penalties; and management and administration issues.
The Risk Control survey found that increased outsourcing, downsizing, wage garnishments, and salary reductions contributed to the incidents.
Merely asking about prior garnishments in a job interview isn't out-and-out illegal under the law, but it would be strong evidence of an unlawful employment practice, because it suggests the employer is using the information gained in making its hiring decision.
Orders and garnishments involving registered domestic partners for spousal and child support must be obeyed;
It was predicated upon what it had failed to do relative to complaint with state law on garnishments.
By that time, James had missed all the relevant deadlines, the court was unimpressed with his tale of woe, and he has since coughed up $14,000 in child support via liens and garnishments.