Employment argument for protection
Employment argument for protectionThe use of a tariff or other trade restriction to promote employment, either in the economy at large or in a particular industry. This is a second best argument, since other policies -- such as a fiscal stimulus or a production subsidy -- could achieve the same effect at lower economic cost.
Expenses in employmentExpenses in employment
If an employee incurs expenses wholly on behalf of his company which are not reimbursed, such expenses can be offset against tax. Examples are accommodation, meals and fees to professional organisations.
Unemployment insuranceUnemployment insurance
Another form of income protection, but one that does not cover any form of sickness, injury or disability. The purpose of this type of policy is to replace income lost through a short to medium term period of redundancy. It provides you with a monthly tax-free income to cover a portion of your lost earnings. It is often sold in conjunction with the accident, sickness and disability element of income protection policies, in which case it is known as Accident, Sickness and Unemployment (ASU).
Accident, Sickness and Unemployment insuranceAccident, Sickness and Unemployment insurance
Income protection incorporating cover for loss of earnings arising from accident, sickness or unemployment. Usually paid out in the form of a monthly tax-free income to cover a portion of lost earnings and restricted to two years from the date of the first payment.
Verification of employmentVerification of employment
As part of the loan process, a lender will ask the borrower's employer for confirmation of the borrower's position and salary.
Unemployment rateUnemployment rate
The percentage of the people classified as unemployed as compared to the total labor force.
Further SuggestionsFull Employment and Balance Growth Act of 1978(Humphrey Hawkins Act)
Self employment tax