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1.1.P.10 Paid enough
An employer has been paid enough to fund an instalment of PLP for a person as at a day if the total of PPL funding amounts paid to the employer for the person before that day is at least the sum of:
the amount of instalments previously paid to the person
the amount of the instalment, and
the amount of any other instalment that is to be paid to the person on the payday for the instalment.
Act reference:PPLAct section 6 The Dictionary, section 73 When an employer has been paid enough to fund an instalment
Policy reference: PPL Guide 18.104.22.168 When an employer has been paid enough to pay PLP
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