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Pay-For

A tax increase or spending cut that makes proposed legislation revenue neutral. For example, if a bill proposes $150 million in spending, the pay-for may be $150 million in cuts to other programs. A pay-for is required under PAYGO budget rules.
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So, yes, he says, "We all support pay for performance if it means the best doctors are getting something extra.
If a patient gets outside help to pay for medications while she's in the donut hole, that financial help may count as an out-of-pocket expense, and once total drug costs reach the "catastrophic" level, Part D will pay for 95% of further costs.
Of course, if an employee elects to pay for disability coverage on an after-tax basis, the coverage's cost will be subject to employee and employer payroll taxes--in addition to employee income tax.
The company's Nasdaq initial public offering received a lukewarm response as investors questioned whether AOL could get people to pay for something that other companies at the time were giving away.
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Davis also points out that former prisoners already pay for prisons--as does everyone else--with taxes.
Pay design would stress pay for people (skill-based evaluation) with relatively less difference between top managers and the rank and file; base pay levels set at the market value of key individual contributors; flexible benefit plans; relatively large percentages of annual pay at risk, with pay increase tied to organization and group performance via profit, gainsharing, and equity plans; multiple pay plan designs tailored to different units' business needs; and high levels of participation in pay decisions and open communication of pay information.
As director of one of the first newborn intensive care units (NICU), I urged performance-based pay for nurses.
Consequently, California employees now contribute 1.18 percent of their paycheck to pay for SDI, inclusive of the .08 percent used to fund California's paid family leave program.
So it falls to two groups--employers and employees--to pay for them.
And they look at the billboards plastered around the stadium, which advertisers pay for, piling up more money in the major-league coffers.
Only senior officers had enough cash income to pay for an upper-middle-class lifestyle.