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a list of employees, their salary rates, tax deductions, amounts paid, payroll tax, long service leave entitlements.
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Eight hours is 20 percent of the work week and that equates to significant payroll savings.
Because the actual rate of attrition may change drastically year over year, it is not included in the payroll savings used to calculate this business case.
Many realize payroll savings of 10 percent while simultaneously improving customer service.
The amendment's bite won't be as large as initially thought, thanks to an extra $200,000 in this year's ending fund balance from payroll savings and unanticipated revenue from a city youth activities levy, finance director Ellen Mooney told the board.
She has $1,000 each in her savings and checking accounts; $8,500 in a Scudder money market fund; $9,400 in an American Funds account; $3,350 in a SEP-IRA; and $10,400 in her 403(b), to which she contributes 5% of her salary (the maximum is 13% with a dollar-for-dollar matching contribution of up to 3%, and 50 cents to the dollar for the next 2%), Hall also has a little more than $1,000 in a payroll savings account at work (Federal Employee Retirement System), to which $20 is deposited every paycheck.
Projected annual payroll savings are on the order of $400 million pretax, DuPont says, The company expects to achieve about one-third of the projected cost benefit in 2001, and substantially all in 2002.
In place of the current social security system, which is unsustainable in the long run, he outlines a plan that guarantees current recipients' benefits will not b cut, but allows younger people to begin putting their payroll savings tax into private IRA-like accounts.
I hasten to add that as you replace manual labor with technology, reinvest some of those payroll savings back into better wages and benefits for your core people.
Many public agencies require their employees to learn about payroll savings after-hours, in the belief that taxpayers should not pay for this time.
Zarrello attributed the anticipated payroll savings to the fact that Big M will have greater control than before because payroll hours allocated to each store will be determined at headquarters, rather than by individual stores.
More than 55 million Americans collectively own $186 billion in savings bonds, commonly available through banks and payroll savings plans.
In the first five months of 1995, the reduction in lost-time days for short-term disabilities resulted in payroll savings of about $100,000, which does not include savings from overtime, temporary worker payroll or any other "hidden" costs of disabilities.