PAYE - Pay As You Earn

PAYE - Pay As You Earn,

What is PAYE - Pay As You Earn?

  1. A simple definition of PAYE - Pay As You Earn is: Employers automatically deduct their wages in income tax and social security contributions and send them to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).

  2. Receiving HM revenue as well as income tax on employee wages.

Literal Meanings of PAYE - Pay As You Earn

PAYE:

Meanings of PAYE:
  1. Compensation is based on income.

Pay:

Meanings of Pay:
  1. Pay (someone) the amount owed, the items received, or the loan obligations for the completed work.

  2. The action may result in loss or other misfortune.

  3. Give (someone) (attention, respect or admiration)

  4. This amount is paid to a person for a regular job.

  5. Seal with tar or tar (wooden deck or hull joint) to prevent leakage.

Sentences of Pay
  1. Pay the local population to collect coffee beans

  2. He paid the price for his impatience

  3. No one paid attention to them

  4. People who work under contract may receive higher wages

Synonyms of Pay

gross pay, give, present, recompense, pay a penalty, salary, extend, take-home pay, afford, reimburse, indemnify, take one's medicine, reward, be punished, suffer, remunerate, payment, get one's deserts, bestow, give payment to, offer, suffer the consequences, settle up with, render, net pay

As:

Meanings of As:
  1. It is used to indicate the area or degree of an object.

  2. It is used to refer to someone's character or character or something else.

  3. Over time (specific)

  4. It is used to indicate that something is happening when something is happening.

  5. It is used to show that something is done or done by comparison.

  6. Because since then.

  7. Whether

  8. Ancient Roman copper coins.

  9. The chemical element arsenic.

  10. American Samoa.

  11. Anglo-Saxon

  12. Asperger's syndrome.

  13. Associate Science

  14. Assam

Sentences of As
  1. Go as fast as you can

  2. It was shocking

  3. I was sick many times as a child

  4. Passing through the crowd, Frank looked at him.

  5. You can do whatever you want

  6. I have to stop now because I have to go

  7. Funny about not paying your bills

  8. The donkey and the coin whose map c. Marcius Censorins showed off his bearded profile with Daddy.

Synonyms of As

although, in spite of the fact that, the same way, on account of the fact that, even as, because, notwithstanding that, even though, seeing as, albeit, in the way that, in the manner that, just when, for all that, in the same manner that, at the same time that, in view of the fact that, despite the fact that, owing to the fact that, considering that, though, at the time that, with the appearance of, while, whilst, since, the way, seeing that, notwithstanding the fact that, so as to appear to be

You:

Meanings of You:
  1. It is used to identify the person to whom the speaker is referring.

  2. It is commonly used to refer to people.

Sentences of You
  1. You heard

  2. Get used to it after a while

Earn:

Meanings of Earn:
  1. Receive (money) for work or services.

Sentences of Earn
  1. You earn $ 35 per hour

Synonyms of Earn

take home, receive a salary of, take home earnings of, be paid, gross

PAYE - Pay As You Earn,

PAYE - Pay As You Earn Definition:

  • A simple definition of PAYE - Pay As You Earn is: Employers automatically deduct income tax and social security donations from your paycheck and give them to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).

  • The HM Revenue and Customs System imposes income tax on workers' wages as they earn.

Literal Meanings of PAYE - Pay As You Earn

PAYE:

Meanings of PAYE:
  1. (In the UK and South Africa) A system in which the employer withholds income tax from the worker's wages before paying the employee and pays the deduction to the government.

Sentences of PAYE
  1. Funny system

Pay:

Meanings of Pay:
  1. Paying (someone) money owed for work done, goods received, or loans.

  2. Face misfortune through a process.

  3. Giving (attention, respect or praise) to (someone).

  4. The amount paid to someone for a permanent job.

  5. Seal with wire or wire (wooden deck or boat joint) to prevent leakage.

Sentences of Pay
  1. They pay for your impatience.

  2. For open slots between plates, a special bag should be filled with hot melt.

Synonyms of Pay

gain, ante up for, allowance, fund, settle up for, get one's comeuppance, wages, lucre, provide finance/capital for, stake, shell out for, hand out, proffer, capitalize, donate/leave money for, support, emolument(s), cough up for, endow, wage, takings, honorarium, profit(s), atone, grant, handout(s), tip, furnish credit for, pay the price, back

As:

Meanings of As:
  1. Comparison is used to show how something is being done or is being done.

  2. Used to denote a character or role that someone has or something.

  3. So far (fixed thing).

  4. Variations of ad writing are found before s (such as submission, evaluation).

  5. ■■■■■■■ chemical element

  6. Capital A-shaped.

  7. Sixth note of C major ditonic scale. An upper middle C is often used as the basis for tuning and the standard frequency in modern music is 440 Hz.

  8. Chemical element with atom number 33, breakable steel gray semite.

Sentences of As
  1. Frank saw her walking through the crowd.

  2. As funny as it is, don't pay your bills.

  3. He was ill many times in his childhood.

Synonyms of As

however, just as, like, simultaneously, at the moment that, being, the (same) way, functioning as, during the time that, in the (same) way that, forasmuch, in the (same) manner that, in the role of, in the character of, acting as, at the (same) time that, in the guise of, even though/if

You:

Meanings of You:
  1. Used to identify the person (s) the speaker is talking to.

Sentences of You
  1. Over time, you will become accustomed to it.

Earn:

Sentences of Earn
  1. I earn £ 10 an hour working in a shop.

Synonyms of Earn

bring in, obtain, bag, clear, rake in, pull in, draw, haul in, collect, pocket, make, bank