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pay·ee

 (pā-ē′)
n.
One to whom money is paid.

payee

(peɪˈiː)
n
1. (Banking & Finance) the person to whom a cheque, money order, etc, is made out
2. (Banking & Finance) a person to whom money is paid or due

pay•ee

(peɪˈi)

n.
a person to whom a check, money, etc., is payable.
[1750–60]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.payee - a person to whom money is paid
recipient, receiver - a person who receives something
Translations
المَدْفوع له
adresátpříjemcevěřitel
modtager
rendelvényes
móttakandi greiîslu

payee

[peɪˈiː] Nportador(a) m/f, tenedor(a) m/f; (on cheque) → beneficiario/a m/f
"account payee only" (on cheque) → cuenta f nominal

payee

[ˌpeɪˈiː] nbénéficiaire mfpay envelope n (US)enveloppe f de paiepay increase naugmentation f de salaire

payee

nZahlungsempfänger(in) m(f)

payee

[pe/ɛ7ˈiː] nbeneficiario/a

pay

(pei) past tense, past participle paid verb
1. to give (money) to (someone) in exchange for goods, services etc. He paid $5 for the book.
2. to return (money that is owed). It's time you paid your debts.
3. to suffer punishment (for). You'll pay for that remark!
4. to be useful or profitable (to). Crime doesn't pay.
5. to give (attention, homage, respect etc). Pay attention!; to pay one's respects.
noun
money given or received for work etc; wages. How much pay do you get?
ˈpayable adjective
which may be or must be paid. The account is payable at the end of the month.
payˈee noun
a person to whom money is (to be) paid.
ˈpayment noun
1. money etc paid. The TV can be paid for in ten weekly payments.
2. the act of paying. He gave me a book in payment for my kindness.
ˈpay-packet noun
an envelope containing a person's wages. The manager handed out the pay-packets.
ˈpay-roll noun
1. a list of all the workers in a factory etc. We have 450 people on the pay-roll.
2. the total amount of money to be paid to all the workers. The thieves stole the pay-roll.
pay back
1. to give back (to someone something that one has borrowed). I'll pay you back as soon as I can.
2. to punish. I'll pay you back for that!
pay off
1. to pay in full and discharge (workers) because they are no longer needed. Hundreds of steel-workers have been paid off.
2. to have good results. His hard work paid off.
pay up
to give (money) to someone, eg in order to pay a debt. You have three days to pay up (= You must pay up within three days).
put paid to
to prevent a person from doing (something he planned or wanted to do). The rain put paid to our visit to the zoo.
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This allows BNY Mellon's Treasury Services clients to make payments electronically to almost any payee with a bank account in the U.
Whether or not you have a DPOA in place, your loved one may apply to the Social Security Administration (SSA) for Representative Payee status.
The firm said that it has enhanced the functionality of its mobile banking channel, which would now allow customers to set up a new payee via its m-banking app.
Under the new rules, alimony is no longer deductible for the payor, and money received as alimony is no longer taxable income for the payee (having already been taxed as the payor's income).
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The SSA now has about 6 million representative payees collecting benefits on behalf of about 8 million beneficiaries, and it has only limited ability to police the program, Gale Stallworth Stone testified at a recent hearing on the payee program in Washington.
Under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) section 71, a payment is treated as alimony or a separate maintenance payment if the following conditions are satisfied: 1) the payment is made in cash; 2) such payment is received by (or on behalf of) a spouse under a divorce or separation instrument; 3) the divorce or separation instrument does not expressly designate such payment as nontaxable to the receiving spouse and nondeductible to the paying spouse; 4) if the spouses are legally divorced or separated, they are not part of the same household; and 5) there is no liability on the paying spouse to make any such payment or substitute payment after the death of the payee spouse.
La journee du mercredi 10 Moharram 1438 de l'Hegire, correspondant au 12 octobre 2016, sera chomee et payee pour l'ensemble des personnels des institutions et administrations publiques, y compris les personnes payees a l'heure ou a la journee, a indique hier un communique de la Direction generale de la Fonction publique.
Loss Payee on a Property Policy Doesn't Have the Same Rights as a Mortgagee
Traditionally, a manual process includes performing due diligence assessment on a supplier, determining what forms are required, collecting the proper information, and then calculating the required payee tax withholdings.
Diagnoses, circumstances, and clinical syndromes that strongly suggest the need for a payee include those listed in the Table.