August 10, 2022
Special report on the employment tax and other payroll implications of recovering wage overpayments and advances from employees' wages now available
Most employers will encounter the need at some time to recover wage advances and/or wage overpayments from employees. For instance, an employment contract may require the repayment of a sign-on bonus or relocation reimbursements if the employee resigns before a set date; wages may be cover estimated when a disaster prevents the normal automated processing of wages; or a payroll error may result in an overpayment.
In this special report, we explain the special payroll tax rules that apply when the repayment of wages occurs in years subsequent to a wage advance or overpayment and state/local wage-hour laws that can place restrictions on the manner and amount of future wage deductions.
You can download the special report here.
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