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If a company continues to pay you for approximately 6 months

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If a company continues to pay you for approximately 6 months after you have left them which was done in writing, are they officially entitled to their money back?
Submitted: 7 years ago.
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Expert:  Teacher Editor replied 7 years ago.
This depends on the circumstances of the payments. If they made a mistake (for example, an accounting error that had them pay you even though you no longer worked there), then they may be entitled to their money back. However, if they had a contract with you where they agreed to pay you for six months even though you no longer worked there (for example, as part of a severance), then they are not entitled to their money back.
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