I am currently working as a "contractor" at a roofing
I am currently working as a "contractor" at a roofing company however they have set hours for me and I am on their payroll, I am having to train all the new hires, and I have to ask for days off. My concern is that I am their recruiter for new hires and I'm afraid I am going to get sucked in this web. I need advice.
I recently hired an employee. This is my first business
I recently hired an employee. This is my first business venture. We don't have a location yet, so the businesses' location is my home. I reside in WV. My employee is working from home, basically helping me with the startup. He is a W-2 employee. Here's my issue, his mailing address is in PN, where he is currently residing. The job he quit, which he held for the better part of a year is in PN. On his W-4, he put Texas as his address, which of course has no state income tax. He's originally from TX, his cell phone has a TX area code. However, I highly doubt it's possible he will have spent much time in TX this year enought to qualify him as a TX resident. I suspect he's trying to take advantage of the income tax advantage. One one hand as far as I'm concerned, it's between him and the IRS. However, does this cause problems for me as his employer? And what steps would you recommend I take in the matter? Any help is appreciated.
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I had an employee who fill his w4 as exempt and my
i had an employee who fill his w4 as exempt and my accounting department exempted him from all taxes, including SS and medicare, now I just realized that when I was making hislast paycheck and apparently that's the way he wanted it so what is my responsibilities now?
My boyfriends company has put him in a pickle. He had
Hi, my boyfriends company has put him in a pickle. He had submitted his W-4 at the beginning of 2015 the company didn't follow through with the paperwork and did not claim his allowance of '1'. now at the end of the year there has been no taxes taken out of his check.JA: Have you documented this or discussed it with HR?Customer: yes, they claim its his faultJA: Is the employment agreement "at will," union, full time or part time?Customer: he work full time plus aprox 100hrs if not more a weekJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I guess its should he take action or let it go.
My son's employer advised him that they can take up to 6
my son's employer advised him that they can take up to 6 weeks to change his W-4 deductions. Can they take that long?JA: Because employment law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: KansasJA: Is the employment agreement "at will," union, full time or part time?Customer: union....he works for United Parcel ServiceJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: He gets paid weekly. each Friday. But still has more than $500 in taxes taken out. He doesn't believe that is correct so he has completed a new W-4 and changed his deductions. They advised him that it might not be changed until after the first of the year approximately 6-8 weeks from the time he submitted the new W-4
I signed a policy at my old job and when I signed it the
HiI signed a policy at my old job and when I signed it the place was called a europakids international preschool and there was two owners and one of the owners left and it was only one owner now and they changed the name of the school and when I signed the policy it was only with the owner that left and also for the w-4 they gave us two different papers. One with the old and one with the new. And in the policy I signed there was a lot of things like for example if I quit my job I couldn't go work in another day care for 3 months. But is the policy I signed still valid ? Even though the school changed names and everything and I singed it with the owner that is no longer there ??
My account manager asked me to complete and sign a W-4 for a
my account manager asked me to complete and sign a W-4 for a client that was inthe hospital. I told her I did not feel comfortable doing this. Since I did not dothis the account manager told everyone in office that I had thrown her under thebus and lost the account.I had offered to fax the W-4 to client in hospital or drive it to hospital.THe manager said forget it so I did.Now my job has been compromised. I won the employee of themonth several times in the last 9 months and was up for a promotion.I am going to resign.DId I do the right thing by not signing. Is it illegal to sign and complete this for someone else?