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Synonyms for withholding

the act of deducting from an employee's salary

income tax withheld from employees' wages and paid directly to the government by the employer

the act of holding back or keeping within your possession or control

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The government has broadened the scope of withholding tax under its strategy of charging higher tax rates from non-filers of income tax returns.
The amount that must be withheld in connection with the sale of US real property by a foreign person can be decreased (or eliminated) pursuant to a withholding certificate issued by the IRS.
The Chairman FBR appreciated the real-time availability of Withholding data and stated that this Digital Directory will enable the tax collectors to take real-time decisions which will subsequently improve the tax collection, they added.
A withholding agent must withhold on payments to foreign persons unless the withholding agent can "associate the payment with documentation upon which it can rely to treat the payment as made to a payee that is a U.
It said withholding tax on various payments made by the taxpayers is not being calculated on IRIS withholding portal owing to the exemption certificate granted by the commissioner subsequent to the date the taxes were deducted.
To allocate the withholding to the beneficiary, the trust completes Form 592, which provides the FTB with the information it needs to apply the withholding credit to the beneficiary's account.
The IRS will also issue rules adopting a pro rata method for allocating partial payments among taxpayers and procedural rules for reporting information to claimants and withholding agents in connection with the allocation rules, as described in the notice.
1445 withholding applies only to the amount allocable to the foreign transferors (Regs.
7298638 per share, the capital distribution amount, from the total distribution amount, shall be subject to tax withholding according to the withholding rates applicable under Income Tax 5763 a[euro]" 2002, without taking into account for this purpose cost or original price.
And, "adding a 3 percent withholding requirement will only exacerbate the cash flow issues already experienced by small entities seeking to do business with the government.
Included in this package are deductions for businesses to purchase new equipment and tax withholding changes.
The same physician, Harry Haiselden of Chicago, went on to write and star in a film, The Black Stork, which argued the eugenic desirability of withholding treatment from "defective" newborns.
The prepaid system may promote conflict between primary care and nonprimary care providers; data systems, outcome measures, and guidelines need to mature; and the perception of or actual withholding of patient care and technology adoption may occur.