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I recived my severance pay the last 6 months and wc the last 6 months. The wc pay may need to be pay back under certain conditions.
My serverance pay was a pre-empolyment agreement in liue of a higher salary and no healt care. They also 1099 me on the severance pay for some reason.
I need to know if I must pay back the wc as it was agreed on before I took my job .
I need this infomation so I can fill out LIBC -756 for WC and State. If it is not consider severance because of pre-employee agreement or they 1099 me.
Not the severance was bi weekly, not a lump sum.
I belive you said I do not have to payback what I recvied in WC already, they can offset it going forward?
Also they 1099 me does that have any bearing on the term "Severance pay"?
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