SAYE


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SAYE

abbreviation for
(Banking & Finance) save as you earn
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Returns on Save As You Earn Schemes (SAYE) have been increased to keep them in line with other interest rates.
With SAYE, staff agree to save a given sum each month with a bank or building society and get tax benefits after fixed periods of three, five or seven years.
The inquest heard Miss Saye, also known as Ya-Haddy Sisi Saye, was found in a hallway on the ninth floor, 11 floors below her 20th floor home.
Artist Khadija Saye Noha Baghdady put out a picture of her brother Hesham Rahman, 57, saying he lived on the 20th floor and she had not heard any news.
Corin Group plc that manufactures and markets orthopaedic devices declared on Monday that its board authorised and granted 878,645 options over ordinary Corin shares at a nominal value of GBP0.025 per share under the SAYE scheme, an HMRC approved plan set up for UK employees.
The recession has forced many growing companies to freeze pay and recruitment, and some use SAYE schemes to reward staff with the offer of a stake in the company instead.
SAYE schemes enable people working for certain companies to save between pounds 5 and pounds 250 a month for a set period of time, usually three or five years, at the end of which they receive a taxfree bonus or the option to buy shares in their company at a discount.
Tesco said more than 67% of staff were choosing to reinvest their shares in the SAYE scheme.
Business student Daniel Saye has just graduated with a first - his first full time job that is, after support from the Galleries Training and Employment Link (G-TEL) helped him to take his first steps on the career ladder.
Hall also had 18 digs and Shelbey Saye had 52 assists.
Tension is brewing in the area following the action by the leadership of the Liberia Inland Church, demanding the Poro Society to produce the living body of 45 years old Joseph Saye.
Scotland Yard have also formally identified residents Ya-Haddy Sisi Saye, also known as Khadija Saye, 24, Abufars Ibrahim, 39, Anthony Disson, 65, and Mohammad Alhajali, 23, as among the victims.