underpay

[ US /ˌəndɝˈpeɪ/ ]
[ UK /ˌʌndəpˈe‍ɪ/ ]
VERB
  1. pay too little
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How To Use underpay In A Sentence

  • Many employers are only too ready to exploit and underpay female part-time workers.
  • Apparently, those clubs have been underpaying songwriters (75% of the going rate) on the mandated royalties set by federal law.
  • The deals also allow overpayments and underpayments, which can be helpful around holiday times, or at periods of illness or maternity leave.
  • The charge for this service is normally fairly low so it is a worthwhile investment to ensure that your affairs are kept in order and you don't overpay or underpay your taxes.
  • Workers can recover underpayments at an employment tribunal or the county court.
  • None of these men has ever been accused of underpaying their taxes by the same Revenue.
  • There is a long and ugly history of underpayments on their part as well.
  • The state calculated the amount of purposeful underpayment by Chevron to be $13.5 million over the thirteen years and the jury agreed.
  • The scheme will overpay some lawyers and underpay others.
  • Meat factories have been slated for underpaying farmers for lamb.
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