Acronym for Pay As You Earn PAYE is the system under which your employer deducts income tax from your pay during the year It is a sophisticated system as it takes into account your personal allowances and the different tax rates and tax bands The tax deducted must be shown on your payslip each pay day, and on the P45 which is given to you when you leave that employment, or on the P60 form which is given to you at the end of the tax year.
Pay as you earn.
Abbreviation for Pay-As-You-Earn, a taxation procedure for wage and salary earners under which income tax is deducted in instalment from periodic pay.
Government system whereby employers have to deduct tax before paying out the net income to employees.
Pay As You Earn A scheme that every small business employing people must set up and administer to pay income tax and National Insurance contributions to the Inland Revenue.
Income tax for salary and wage earners that is deducted by the organisation each payroll and paid to Inland Revenue as part of the Tax Payment.
İşitme duyusunu, uyaran dalga; bu tür dalgaların beynin işitme özeğini etkilemesi.
Titreşimli bir kaynaktan çıkan, belirli bir ortamda uzunlamasına dalgalar biçiminde yayılan basıncın etkisiyle kulağın algıladığı duyu.
Means the Senior Executive Service.
Abbr Service Evaluation System.
Severely Errored Second.
Senior Executive Service.
Severely Errored Seconds: A unit used to specify the error performance of T carrier systems This indicates a second containing ten or more errors, usually expressed as SES per hour, day, or week This method gives a better indication of the distribution of bit errors than a simple Bit Error Rate Refer also to EFS See also Source End Station.
Student Employment Services.
Sports Education Service of the Australian Sports Commission.
SCSI Enclosure Services are an ANSI X3 T10 standard for temperature and power monitoring of disk enclosures for enhanced data protection.
Shelf Edge Study Part of LOIS project.
Secondary Emissions Standard.
Severely errored seconds Seconds during which the bit error ratio is greater than a specified limit and transmission performance is significantly degraded A performance monitoring parameter is measured on a per-channel basis.
Second that has an equivalent error ratio greater than 1-in-1,000 In SF, a second with one or more LOSs or frame sync losses, six or more framing bit errors, or 1,544 or more BPVs In ESF, a second with one or more LOSs or frame sync losses, 320 or more CRC-6 errors, or 1,544 or more BPVs On unframed circuits, a circuit with one or more LOSs, or 1,544 or more BPVs.