(1) If we, as tax professionals, fail to alert clients to errors, they may underpay their taxes and lose an opportunity to correct such mistakes without penalties.(2) 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.(3) Now we were working for someone else, and they were underpaying us!(4) In that case if they had underpaid their tax they would be required to pay the balance of the tax at the end of the year.(5) A rail company is prosecuting a passenger who accidentally underpaid her fare by just 10p - and demanding Ôö¼├║100 in costs.(6) I currently feel like an over-worked, underpaid member of the company.(7) The union says in 2003 the company will take a wage survey and if we are underpaid , we will get additional wage increases.(8) Workers were severely underpaid and denied social benefits such as free meals and transportation and the signing of a collective labour contract was blocked.(9) ├ö├ç├┐We don't need an inquiry to know that we are underpaid and undervalued,├ö├ç├û says Ken, the local union chairman.(10) He takes much of the credit for Lena's work, underpays her, and takes her for granted.(11) There is a long and ugly history of underpayments on their part as well.(12) Equally, employees who may have underpaid their tax can arrange to have the back tax collected each month via their pay cheque, provided they let the Revenue know by the end of the month.(13) He hasn't been pleased with the slow progress on several projects relating to the program, and he thinks he's underpaid .(14) Instead, we are often underpaid and overworked.(15) Our profession attracts highly educated, creative, hard-working and nurturing individuals, yet most of us are underpaid .(16) There are also some well documented instances of major underpayments to authors.