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withhold

[with-hōld′]
In health insurance, to pay an amount of money only if certain services are used according to the rules of the health plan. Withholding is typically used as a financial incentive for providers and patients to limit their use of costly or elective services.
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An employee checking their withholding can help protect against having too little tax withheld and facing an unexpected tax bill or penalty at tax time in 2019.
It is also important to note that the 15 percent tax withheld on the amount realized by the foreign seller of US real property is not the amount of US tax actually due from the seller in connection with the sale.
If another owner requests a separate form 1042-S, the withholding agent must allocate the payment and tax withheld among the joint owners and issue a separate Form 1042-S to each owner.
Taxes not withheld on account of valid exemption certificates issued in favour of recipients are not accepted by the IRIS portal in various instances," it added.
1474-5(a)(1) to allow a refund or credit to a taxpayer for an overpayment only to the extent the withholding agent has deposited (or otherwise paid over) the amount withheld and the amount exceeds the taxpayers tax liability, except as otherwise provided by Sec.
If the application is still pending with the IRS on the date of sale, the transferee must withhold the correct amount of tax, but the amount withheld does not have to be reported and paid immediately.
During this term, 608 million liras were withheld from income of bank deposits, 601 million liras were withheld from business rental fees, 289 million liras were withheld from payments of private business, and 245 million liras were withheld from profits distributed by various institutions.
Moreover, any payment of taxes withheld during a quarter will be applied against the earliest unpaid liability for that quarter under 100.
As portions of individuals and small businesses' income are withheld for as long as 15 months, cash flows will drop and opportunities to invest will go down.
From these sources Pernick develops his reading of the complex ways that profession, class, gender, and religious and political affiliation correlated with stances on whether treatment should ever, or sometimes, be withheld from newborns, or whether positive steps should be taken to end the life of some infants.
Notify the doctor when a medication is withheld without an order, as can happen when a patient has a bad reaction or develops a swallowing disorder.
The withheld documents, though, caused more enduring problems.