When do bonuses have to be paid?
There is no set time when a bonus has to be paid. Bonuses have been paid on any given day. They have been paid quarterly, yearly, monthly, or weekly.
Teams receive bonuses the farther they go into the playoffs. Those bonuses are paid out to the players equally. Unless players have bonuses writen into their personal contracts, they are not paid during the playoffs. They receive their equal portion of any bonuses the team receives from the league, if they receive any at all.
No, the word 'bonuses' is a noun, the plural form of the singular noun 'bonus', a word for a thing. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence. The pronoun that takes the place of the plural noun 'bonuses' is they as a subject, and them as an object in a sentence. Example: Payroll is calculating the annual bonuses. They will be paid in our next paycheck. (subject…
*usually* the hourly pay of a supervisor is $1 more than the highest paid employee in the dept. so as of right now, in union buildings in the northeast, the most senior top-paid cashier makes $20.50 an hour (plus bi-annual bonuses), and the supervisors make $21.50 an hour (plus bi-annual bonuses, if applicable).
It all depends on the state(s) tax rate. Example; if a player plays for a team in Florida, the player will pay approximately 6%. So if a player signs a 10million dollar deal. After Florida taxes, they should walk away with about 6.5million. Pluse they get workout bonuses and game bonuses. So with a 10million contract -6% + bonuses. Probably around 8million