Withholding that might lead to a bigger paycheck Crossword Clue

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Withholding that might lead to a bigger paycheck Crossword Clue Answer is…

LABORSTRIKE (32A)

This clue last appeared in the New Yorker Crossword on June 24, 2024. You can also find answers to past New Yorker Crosswords.

Today's New Yorker Crossword Answers

# Clue
6A Parts of ears
14A Fibrous connectors
21A Insincere
24A ”OMG, no way!”
32A Withholding that might lead to a bigger paycheck
48A Leave for a sec
2D Seattle Storm head coach Quinn
7D Research Triangle sch.
19D Spreading online, in a way
24D “What kind of ___ is this?” (response to a seemingly impossible feat)
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Clue & Answer Definitions

  • WITHHOLDING (noun)
    1. income tax withheld from employees’ wages and paid directly to the government by the employer
    2. the act of deducting from an employee’s salary
  • PAYCHECK (noun)
    1. a check issued in payment of wages or salary

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