Documents That Support Your Resume

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W-2/W-4 Tax Documents: The W-2 tax form is issued by your employer. It is an official record of taxes on the state and federal level that were taken from your paycheck. Career & Workplace Resume Writing Resumes diplomas erin kennedy executive resume writer pay stubs professional resume services W-2 W-4The facts on your resume may get you an interview and even a job offer, but even these facts must still be verified before you start a new job.

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How to Buy a Home If You’re Self-Employed

Ms. Career Girl

For someone employed by another person or business, they’re given W-2 documents to track their income history and the taxes that were taken out. As someone who is self-employed, you have so many freedoms.

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Five Short Q & A’s on Saturday

Sklover Working Wisdom

I’ve reported this to the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), and the Louisiana Office of Human Rights, to protect my rights. However, when employees submit complaints to federal or state discrimination agencies employers usually limit what they offer in settlement to what they believe they may be directed to pay. Also, he has not paid commissions, is a willing partner in allowing an employee to forge a W-2 statement and other problems, too. .

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Resume Help Blog

The &# Special Needs Kids Tax&# This provision of Obamacare imposes a cap on flexible spending accounts (FSAs) of $2500 (Currently, there is no federal government limit). Starting in 2011, (next year folks), your W-2 tax form sent by your employer will be increased to show the value of whatever health insurance you are given by the company.

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my boss makes me wear her clothes, eat her food, and say I’m grateful for my job

Ask a Manager

When I received my tax documents, I got a 1099 instead of a W-2. We can get in a lot of trouble for that, because federal law is very strict about how can be treated like a contractor versus an employee. A reader writes: I was hired about six months ago at a small business. I’m in my mid-20s and this my first professional job after completing grad school. It’s just me, the owner/director, and a part-time assistant.

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I promised to stay for a year but want to leave now, using my own personal computer at work, and more

Ask a Manager

The problem is that I’m W-2 and when I got to work the first day, there wasn’t a computer at my desk. As a W-2, doesn’t my employer need to provide the tools for me to perform my work? No federal law requires employers to cover employees’ business expenses (although California does), and some employers really do have people use their own devices, weird as that is. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go….

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are angry customers just part of life, my company overpaid me, and more

Ask a Manager

I studied accounting in school, then got hired for my first-post college job in the tax audit field (not federal; I have worked at state and local level agencies). Under federal law, they can deduct overpayments from future checks, even without your consent.

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feeling guilty about leaving law-breaking boss, asking for a far-off raise, and more

Ask A Manager

The reason he gave me is that he can’t afford to pay the necessary taxes for a W-2 employee. I can’t think of anything that would make this illegal, other than that I suppose it might be considered a form of discrimination based on marital status, which is illegal in some states (but not all, and not at the federal level). It’s seven short answers to seven short questions. Here we go…. My boss is breaking laws and promises but I feel guilty about leaving.

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