withholding

[n] - the act of holding back or keeping within your possession or control 2. [n] - the act of deducting (taxes) from an employee`s salary
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Withholding

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withholding

noun the act of deducting from an employee`s salary
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Withholding

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Withhold
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Withholding


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Withholding

- Amount withheld or deducted from employee salaries by the employer and paid by the employer, for the employee, to the proper authority.
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Withholding

An amount deducted by an employer from an employee's gross wage earnings before he or she receives the funds.
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Withholding

Decision of a judge not to give an award or placement in a class at any point in the judging process.
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Withholding

Agreement that a mutual fund will disburse automatic periodic redemptions to the investor.
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Withholding

Withholding is the amount that employers subtract from their employees
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