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take-home

(tāk-hōm),
epidemiology toxins or other materials carried into an environment from outside it (for example, heavy metals' dust on a worker's clothing brought into a home).
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The environment commissioner has a monthly gross of A@1/46,981 and take-home pay of A@1/44,201, which is identical to the humanitarian affairs commissioner.
This will further increase the take-home pay of teachers.
receiving P50,000 monthly will be able to bring home an additional P5,000; those getting P100,000 will have an additional P7,000 to spare; for earners getting P150,000 monthly, an additional P8,200 cash will be added to their take-home pay; and those with salaries of P200,000 will receive P8,463 more, and so on.
The resolution noted that the net take-home pay threshold was meant to protect small government employees and ensure they still had salaries for their daily needs and contingencies.
Contributions to a qualified plan, participation in a company-sponsored cafeteria plan, change in filing status, or number of allowances claimed will have a direct impact on take-home pay.
In in , f hn low in th wv 2% How much more of their earnings people on [euro]70k get as take-home pay
Scotland is the second most affordable region, with payments taking up 22% of wages, while mortgages in Wales are also cheaper than the UK average, taking up 27% of average take-home pay.
I hope that a free take-home whitening treatment that I'm currently offering to all new patients with their new patient package will serve as an incentive that would make that first step of scheduling a dental visit just a bit easier,” said Dr.
Almost 99% of UK households buy take-home confectionery on at least one occasion a year, with a typical household spending an annual total of ?
The lower tax rate would boost take-home pay in 2011 by about $800 for individuals with an income of $40,000 per year, for example.
Farmworkers are advised to take the following precautions to reduce this take-home pathway of pesticide exposure: wash their hands immediately after work; store and wash work clothes separately from household laundry after one use; shower and change out of work clothes immediately after work; and remove work shoes before entering the home (4).