Employer Withholding Paycheck?

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An employer cannot withhold your pay check. It is the duty of the employer to pay your wages appropriately and on time. However, the employer may withhold monies from your check if the law requires so such as income tax, medical care or social security tax.
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Employers may withhold wages if required to do so by state or federal laws. For example, employers typically withhold a percentage of each paycheck to forward to the Internal Revenue
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They can only hold it until the next regularly scheduled pay period you would have gotten paid.
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Bottom line, they cannot withhold pay. If there is a debate about money owed, they will have to take it to civil court. Contact the labor board and let them know so you can start
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