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pay·roll

also pay roll  (pā′rōl′)
n.
1. A list of employees receiving wages or salaries, with the amounts due to each.
2. The total sum of money to be paid out to employees at a given time.

payroll

(ˈpeɪˌrəʊl)
n
1. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a list of employees, specifying the salary or wage of each
2. (Banking & Finance)
a. the total of these amounts or the actual money equivalent
b. (as modifier): a payroll tax.

pay•roll

(ˈpeɪˌroʊl)

n.
1. a list of employees to be paid, with the amount due to each.
2. the sum total of these amounts.
3. the actual money on hand for distribution.
[1765–75]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.payroll - a list of employees and their salariespayroll - a list of employees and their salaries; "the company had a long payroll"
pay, remuneration, salary, wage, earnings - something that remunerates; "wages were paid by check"; "he wasted his pay on drink"; "they saved a quarter of all their earnings"
register - a book in which names and transactions are listed
2.payroll - the total amount of money paid in wagespayroll - the total amount of money paid in wages; "the company had a large payroll"
amount, amount of money, sum, sum of money - a quantity of money; "he borrowed a large sum"; "the amount he had in cash was insufficient"
3.payroll - the department that determines the amounts of wage or salary due to each employee
department, section - a specialized division of a large organization; "you'll find it in the hardware department"; "she got a job in the historical section of the Treasury"
Translations

payroll

[ˈpeɪrəʊl]
A. Nnómina f (de sueldos)
to be on a firm's payrollestar en la nómina de una empresa
he has 1000 people on his payrolltiene una nómina de 1000 empleados
B. CPD payroll tax Nimpuesto m sobre la nómina

payroll

[ˈpeɪrəʊl] nregistre m du personnel
to be on a firm's payroll → être employé(e) par une entreprise
to be on the payroll → faire partie du personnelpay scale néchelle f des salaires

payroll

[ˈpeɪˌrəʊl] n (list) → lista del personale; (money) → paga (di tutto il personale); (employees) → personale m
to be on a firm's payroll → far parte dell'organico di una ditta
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And while Austrian school economists would still argue that Australia's Reserve Bank was nevertheless engaging in economically inefficient interest rate manipulation and that forced savings would not be as efficient as a truly free market, the Australian example does provide the clearest anecdote among the world's advanced economies that low debt and high-savings economies grow measurably faster than demand-based, government spending-based economies that lead to massive debt.
The program would have to avoid any whiff of coercion or forced savings, which would require an energetic effort to inform employees of their right not to participate, as well as to educate them about the risks of various options for investing their savings.
In Spain, trade unions and women's organizations expressed concern that the current economic crisis, associated with forced savings in public spending, was having a negative impact on equal pay for women.
Wartime restrictions on consumer goods were a form of forced savings as there weren't enough goods available for workers to buy.
However, as loans are used to increase the production of capital goods, there is a momentary relative shortage of consumer goods resulting in rising prices and in forced savings, funding a further expansion of credit.
For many, purchasing a home can create forced savings and eventually become the best investment they ever make.
Because of this forced savings, government workers often can look forward to more adequate retirement benefits than their private-sector counterparts.
It's considered a given that state agencies will try to outsmart the system in the next biennium by padding their budgets to compensate for the forced savings.
While forced savings were generated as a result of World War II, industrialization was well under way in Egypt and Syria prior to that time.
Housing is an attractive investment because it directly builds wealth through both home price appreciation and forced savings in the form of mortgage payments that reduce principal.