delinquent


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Synonyms for delinquent

Synonyms for delinquent

a young offender

guilty of a misdeed

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failing in what duty requires

past due

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Kapag hindi po kayo nakapagbayad ng contribution ninyo, the employees will suffer and then if the employees file complaints with us, surely the SSS will go after these delinquent employers,' he said.
The city official said that the city has a total of P5.50-billion tax delinquency, but only delinquent properties 'without restrictions,' with tax delinquency of P1.73 billion to date, will be put up for auction.
IMUS, CITY, Cavite - The city government has collected over P18 million from business and real property tax delinquents since payments started in April 1.
Deteriorated Credit Enhancement (CE): Overcollateralization (excluding +91-days delinquent loans from the loan pool) is still negative at -127.7%, and -123.4% when excluding +180-days delinquent loans.
Also, the new Social Security Commission (SSC), the SSS governing board, met for the first time last March 13 and approved the circular through which the pension fund can collect delinquent contributions without penalties during the offer period.
In March, Zatezalo announced plans to strengthen the Scofflaw Program, an initiative aimed at collecting unpaid fines from delinquent mine operators.
"The additional payment option specifically caters to delinquent employers who are currently experiencing financial difficulties due to income losses, mismanagement or those who were greatly affected by natural and man-made disasters," Dooc said.
A list is published twice a year and since its inception in October 2007, the FTB has collected more than $798 million from delinquent taxpayers.
Elkington et al [5] and Silva et al [6] studied the relationship between delinquent behaviour and psychiatric illness and found higher rates of delinquent behaviours among children with psychiatric illness.
The delinquent is therefore perceived more like a hardened criminal than as a child.
Once the license is in either delinquent or inactive status, there are different applications to return the license to current (delinquent or expired renewal and reactivation form).
After March 1 taxes still owed from the previous year are officially delinquent and the county treasurer must "purchase" them from local governments by paying the amount owed.
In Florida, 37 percent of loans more than five years delinquent are not actively involved in foreclosure.
CMBS loans that were previously delinquent but paid off with a loss or at par totaled almost $1 billion in August.