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Lawyer: Olivia Kent, Attorney replied 3 months ago
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What can I answer for you? I see what you've written but I don't see a question listed.

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Customer reply replied 3 months ago
I am employer of a a non for profit nurse staffing company. I owe an independant contractor $3795 and she reported the amount owe to the Department of Labor Licensing and regulation and I got a letter from them today. I will like some advice on responding to the letter.
Lawyer: Olivia Kent, Attorney replied 3 months ago

O​kay I see. Do you owe the amount she is claiming you owe?

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Customer reply replied 3 months ago
I do
Lawyer: Olivia Kent, Attorney replied 3 months ago

So if you do owe those funds, you'll generally want to propose a payment schedule that you're comfortable with. They may not agree to the schedule but you'll show that you're being proactive in proposing one.

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Lawyer: Olivia Kent, Attorney replied 3 months ago

O​bviously we can't *tell* you what to do but given the fact that they will tell you that you DO owe the money and you admit to owing the money showing a willingness to pay is back always helps the employer - and if you can explain WHY you haven't been able to pay to date that helps as well.

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Customer reply replied 3 months ago
Can I call the Depratment of Labor and proposed that payment plan
Lawyer: Olivia Kent, Attorney replied 3 months ago

Y​ou'll want to respond to the letter using the instructions they provided, rather than just calling them.

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Lawyer: Olivia Kent, Attorney replied 3 months ago

And then when they call you to discuss you can speak to them about your proposal as well.

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