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27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- As HR managers around the globe start their annual hunt for holiday or end-of-year rewards, Parago, a global incentives company, today unveiled its second annual employee holiday incentives study.
The Sunderland-based company's end-of-year financial report, which covers the year to December 31, 2010, shows that, while turnover was down by just over pounds 2m at pounds 36.
Yes, the club increased payroll by $9,758,134 from 2009 to 2010, but last year's end-of-year payroll is almost identical to the 2008 final payroll for the Reds of $82,886,440, with 2010 being $435,100 less while winning 17 more games.
A rush to download music by those who received new MP3 players for Christmas helped digital download sales hit an end-of-year record high, bringing some welcome cheer for the troubled record industry.
The Morganstown-based pro has an end-of-year ranking of 53 - three places outside the cut-off point for the Masters field.
This time around, the Gordons aren't taking any chances, They am consulting with their tax professional on an end-of-year tax strategy to ensure that they don't get ensnared in the AMT trap again.
Skype End-of-Year Bundle Pack: We all have that special someone on our list that is impossible to buy for.
17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Countless employers have eliminated big bonuses and extravagant end-of-year celebrations.