Category Archives: Employee Wages

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On the Horizon: Florida Legislation SB 410 Seeks Equal Pay for Women

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

In the wake of the success of California and Massachusset’s new, state equal pay acts, Florida legislatures have the opportunity to make a mark in history with SB 410. SB 410, seeks to ban employers from paying workers differently based on sex or gender identity. While there is already federal law making unequal pay… Read More »

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Last Paycheck and Last Vacation Days: What Am I Entitled to When I Leave My Job?

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

So, you’ve finally landed that new job and the last thing on your plate is the dreaded conversation of letting your current employer know you’re leaving. While this conversation alone may be very stressful, it is even worse if the issue of your unused vacation pay and sick leave payout is unanswered. Indeed, many… Read More »

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My Company Is Closing on the Holidays, Do I Get Paid?

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

With the holiday season upon us, it is an opportune time to review your company’s holiday pay practices. Learn what is required, so you know what funds you’ll have for end-of-year spending. To begin with, it is important to understand that an employer is not required to provide its employees with time off (paid… Read More »

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Child Labor Laws for Hiring Your Children

By Scott • Wagner and Associates |

As a business owner, hiring your children to work for you can offer some distinct advantages. In addition to helping instill a work ethic and teaching money management, it can also be an excellent strategy to minimize tax liability. That said, it is important to consider the child labor laws related to the decision… Read More »

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