``I am a broken and impoverished man; a beggar's staff must be my portion through life, supposing I were to pay you fifty crowns.''
It remained that the Jew should produce some security for the ransom which he was to pay on the Prior's account, as well as upon his own.
``When Isaac returns successful through your mediation,'' said the Outlaw, ``I swear by Saint Hubert, I will see that he pays thee the money in good silver, or I will reckon with him for it in such sort, he had better have paid twenty such sums.''
If a person is drawing Rs175,000 a month then he will pay Rs7,500 and 15% of Rs25,000 which comes to Rs3,750.
Now they will pay an additional amount of Rs7,500 per month every month.
Under the fourth slab, a person earning more than Rs208,333.33 per month but less than Rs291,666.66 is liable to pay a fixed sum of Rs16,250 and 17.5% of the amount exceeding Rs208,333.33 per month from the next fiscal year.
Now they will pay an additional Rs11,875 per month in tax every month.
Likewise, non-filers will have to pay 20 percent tax on their dividends (company's profit) against the 15 percent tax paid by active taxpayers.
Sources further informed that non-filers pay 15 percent tax on profit of banks and saving scheme against the 10 percent tax paid by filers, whereas the tax filers pay 4.5 percent duty on supply of goods to government, and companies as compared to 9 percent tax paid by the non-filers.
On amount of contracts, the non-filers pay 15 percent tax against 7.5 percent tax paid by the filers and active tax payers pay 15 percent tax on prize money of prize bonds whereas non-filers pay 25 percent tax on the same.
Similarly taxpayers pay 12 percent tax on commission amount whereas non tax payers pay 15 percent tax on the same.
"We are committed to treating all our people with dignity and respect, and we pay above the National Minimum Wage."
In Sandwell,Mrs Hardeep Sodhi and Mrs Salma Choudhary, trading as Cape Hill Solicitors, failed to pay [pounds sterling]7,917.22 to one worker, the BEIS said.
Mr Bharat Savjani and Mr Vikesh Savjani, formerly trading as Sussex Service Station in Balsall Heath, were named for failing to pay [pounds sterling]1,430.66 to 11 workers.
Nationally, some of the UK's lowest paid workers are owed [pounds sterling]1.7 million in back pay.