back pay/rent/tax, etc.

Ⅰ.
back pay/rent/tax, etc.
pay, rent, tax, etc. that should have been paid or was expected at an earlier time: »

Most of the back taxes due were for the years 2006 through 2008.

Main Entry: back
Ⅱ.
back pay UK US noun [U] MONEY
income that should have been paid or was expected at an earlier time: »

Those workers are due a total of approximately $500,000 in back pay, according to union officials.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • back pay/rent/tax — Ⅰ. back pay/rent/tax, etc. ► pay, rent, tax, etc. that should have been paid or was expected at an earlier time: »Most of the back taxes due were for the years 2006 through 2008. Main Entry: ↑back Ⅱ. back pay UK US noun [U] MONEY ► income that… …   Financial and business terms

  • back rent/tax — Ⅰ. back pay/rent/tax, etc. ► pay, rent, tax, etc. that should have been paid or was expected at an earlier time: »Most of the back taxes due were for the years 2006 through 2008. Main Entry: ↑back Ⅱ. back pay UK US noun [U] MONEY ► income that… …   Financial and business terms

  • back pay — ➔ pay1 * * * Ⅰ. back pay/rent/tax, etc. ► pay, rent, tax, etc. that should have been paid or was expected at an earlier time: »Most of the back taxes due were for the years 2006 through 2008. Main Entry: ↑back Ⅱ …   Financial and business terms

  • back tax — Ⅰ. back pay/rent/tax, etc. ► pay, rent, tax, etc. that should have been paid or was expected at an earlier time: »Most of the back taxes due were for the years 2006 through 2008. Main Entry: ↑back Ⅱ. back tax UK US noun [C or U] TAX ► tax tha …   Financial and business terms

  • back rent — Ⅰ. back pay/rent/tax, etc. ► pay, rent, tax, etc. that should have been paid or was expected at an earlier time: »Most of the back taxes due were for the years 2006 through 2008. Main Entry: ↑back Ⅱ. back pay UK US noun [U] MONEY ► income that… …   Financial and business terms

  • back — [bæk] verb [transitive] 1. to support someone or something, especially by giving money or using your influence: • The board backed Mr Standley, who plans to cut costs. • Shareholders have backed a plan to build a second plant. 2. FINANCE if …   Financial and business terms

  • pay — pay1 W1S1 [peı] v past tense and past participle paid [peıd] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(give money)¦ 2¦(bill/tax/rent)¦ 3¦(wage/salary)¦ 4 pay attention (to somebody/something) 5¦(legal cost)¦ 6¦(say something good)¦ 7¦(good result)¦ 8¦(profit)¦ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Tax — Taxation An aspect of fiscal policy …   Wikipedia

  • pay — ▪ I. pay pay 1 [peɪ] noun [uncountable] the money someone receives for the job they do: • She got the job, but it meant a big pay cut. • an increase in hourly pay • All I want is a full day s work for a full day s pay …   Financial and business terms

  • pay */*/*/ — I UK [peɪ] / US verb Word forms pay : present tense I/you/we/they pay he/she/it pays present participle paying past tense paid UK [peɪd] / US past participle paid Get it right: pay: The verb pay is never followed by a direct object that refers to …   English dictionary

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