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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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The Withholding Calculator can be used by taxpayers who want to update their withholding in response to the new law or who start a new job or have other changes in their personal circumstances in 2018.
LTU Karachi was the only field formation in Karachi that collected about 70% of income tax through collections other than withholding tax.
A foreign seller is entitled to file for a tax refund in cases where a withholding certificate was not issued prior to the date of sale and it is determined that the ultimate tax liability associated with the sale of US real property is less than the FIRPTA tax amount withheld.
FBR can benefit from this system by increasing revenue collections from withholding tax regime, and reducing the tax evasion pertaining to non-compliant withholding agents.
A withholding agent who does not withhold when required can be liable for the tax that should have been withheld (IRC section 1461).
The new portal is unpredictable as many users are facing problems and they are unable to file any withholding statement since its implementation.
1445(b) outlines several situations that are not subject to withholding, including:
Regarding the shares held by Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) members, Partner will transfer to such TASE members the gross amount of the capital distribution amount and the tax withholding from the capital distribution amount shall be made by the TASE members.
In a floor speech discussing this issue, Senator Craig made it very clear that businesses, governmental entities and consumers will ultimately pay the price should the 3 percent withholding remain law:
Obstetricians were more likely than general practitioners to oppose withholding treatment because of their ongoing struggle with midwives over who should control childbirth.
One predominating factor has justified the release of modified tax withholding tables: under the old withholding system, millions of Americans were overwithheld and ended up giving the government, in effect, an interest free loan annually.
Significantly, Burford had made several remarks in the last few months of the scandal indicating that she opposed the withholding of the documents.