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Whether a inspirational quote from your favorite celebrity Unknown, Ivan Shaffer or an motivational message about giving it your best from a successful business person, we can all benefit from a famous payroll quote.
Among the worries of today's business executives is the large number of unemployed still on the payroll. — Unknown
A man isn't a man until he has to meet a payroll. — Ivan Shaffer
I can make a firm pledge, under my plan, no family making less than $250,000 a year will see any form of tax increase. Not your income tax, not your payroll tax, not your capital gains taxes, not any of your taxes. — Barack Obama
I have run large organizations, I know what it takes to create a healthy business climate, and I have more experience than Jerry Brown doing that. So it'll be a stark contrast, a career politician vs. someone who has met a payroll, gotten a return on investment, knows how to use technology to do more with less. — Meg Whitman
It is all very well and it sounds very seductive to say we are going to have harmonisation of regulations, but for example the way that funds are distributed around the states these days, you are positively penalised if you actually want to have say a lower payroll tax or sort of conditions. — Campbell Newman
I wonder sometimes if manufacturers of foolproof items keep a fool or two on their payroll to test things. — Alan Coren
Everyone has a budget, I don't care who you are. But they said if we are in a pennant race in the middle of the summer they are going to get some help with added payroll. — Dusty Baker
Money has to be put in the way a club feels it should. If you put money in a new ballpark, that helps to generate revenue so you can spend more money. It should be spent to make the club's operations the best. That will help in the end, and it will mean enhanced payroll. — Bud Selig
The goose lays the golden egg. Payrolls make consumers.
You know, in the beginning when your first payroll comes up and you have to borrow money to meet the payroll, you lose sleep the night before, and you say to yourself real fast, 'Well, maybe I should keep working a couple more years. It's sobering.
For more than forty years, the United States Congress has shamelessly used payroll taxes intended for Social Security to fund big government spending.
Like any small business owner, I experienced the pressures of building a company from the ground up - developing a business plan, balancing the books, meeting payroll and building a customer base.
My pat line about the Cubs and payroll is that the amount of merchandise the Cubs would sell off a world series championship would more than cover for a big payroll.
Congress has changed the Social Security system over time, and over 20 times in the past Congress has raised taxes on Social Security in payroll taxes into the system.
I would give relief from the first $10,000 of the payroll tax.
I would allow small businesses to accelerate depreciation so they would have an incentive to buy now rather than defer. I would also give to the states $40 billion of relief.
It has to have a payroll tax that's dedicated to Social Security.
The Social Security tax has been very successful over the years in raising almost all of our elderly citizens out of poverty.
Airlines need staff to fly and maintain their aircraft.
They need to pay applicable taxes and gate fees. They need to buy new planes, repair worn-out parts, manage their company pension plan, and everything else a service industry has to do. But by far, the largest chunk of their non-payroll operating budget goes to fuel. That's what costs the most for any given flight.
I may be a little old-fashioned, but I actually believe that if you live and work in our house and you work on our payroll and you take oaths, then integrity matters in elections.
There is basically no one not on the payroll of Exxon Mobil or coal companies who any longer contend that this is not something to worry about.
We're paying maybe 25 percent of the income tax, but the payroll tax is over a third of the receipts of the federal government. And they don't take that from me on capital gains. They don't take that from me on dividends.
The woman that comes in, takes the wastebasket away, she's paying 15.
3 or whatever it is on payroll tax alone. I mean it is - I never had it so good.
The capital gains tax is 15 percent now.
So I sit there in my office and I make a lot of money by capital gains, and I pay 15 percent, and I pay no payroll tax on it.
If you look at the Forbes 400, they are paying a lower rate, accounting payroll taxes, than their secretary or - whomever around their office.