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From what you explain it appears you are misclassified as a 1099 and have a possible wage claim - the employer tells you when, where, and how to work - that's an employee not a contractor. You see as a contractor you don't even have to be ensured minimum wage if you are a contractor, but if you were classified as an employee - you'd at least have to get the minimum wage for all the hours you work, even after all these company cuts. You may want to consider filing a charge with the Department of Labor and/or Treasury or going to a local employment attorney for representation - you may be owed past due wage and benefits.