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My employer will not pay me. I asked to be paid several times

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My employer will not pay me. I asked to be paid several times and then refused to return to work until I was paid the amount in arrears. The amount is $5,200.00. Now I have no job and no money. He also breached our employment agreement.. What can I do.
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The Texas Work Force Commission has the authority to collect your unpaid wages. An investigator will be appointed after you file the claim and will assist in recovering your unpaid wages. Here is the link to file a claim:

In addition, if your employer has also failed to withhold and pay your employment taxes,you may file a complaint with the IRS. An employer who fails to withhold and pay employment taxes may be subject to criminal and civil sanctions

Finally, you may file suit against your employer to recover any damages that you sustained as a result of his breach of contract
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