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Not necessarily. In order for you to be required to pay the corporate officers some additional amount, namely overtime, he/she would have to a) be doing non-exempt (i.e., work that is essentially non-skilled, managerial or administrative) and b) be doing that as a majority of his/her job (more than 50% of work). Most likely this is not what occurred.
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