underpay


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pay too little

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The law imposes the rate increase on companies that continue to underpay the system for the next two years.
Conversely, taxpayers owe the government interest if they underpay their taxes.
But the Government has now toughened the sanctions, announcing employers face a pounds 200 fine for every worker they underpay.
But the Government has toughened the sanctions, announcing that employers face a pounds 200 fine for every worker they underpay.
The report looked at an entity's incentive to underpay owner-employees' salaries and wages, and then distribute their "actual" salaries in a property distribution.
He added: "Employers who underpay their workers are stealing money from those who are often in the greatest financial need and who are the most vulnerable.
Firms could be hit by a fixed penalty linked to the number of staff they underpay.
Fraser Kemp is campaigning to stop unscrupulous employers breaking minimum wage laws to underpay their staff.
The IRS believes that the bidding was structured to allow the winning bidder to underpay for the Agreement and fund issuance costs from other proceeds.