Los Angeles, CA asked in Employment Law and Tax Law for California

Q: My boss doesn't pay me on time or in full...and writes me personal check taking taxes out but I don't know how much?

I filled out my w2 when I started.i received my 1st check late..my 2nd check bounced and since then I haven't been paid on time or in full. I have no indication of how much hes taking out of my checks each week.i haven't received my tax forms from him so I'm not sure what taxes are taken out...what should I do?

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Yitz Erik Weiss
Yitz Erik Weiss
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  • Los Angeles, CA
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A: Under California law, your employer must pay you in full for all hours worked. You must be paid on time, on the regularly scheduled payday. Along with your paycheck, your employer must also provide a wage statement detailing, among other things, your hours worked, rate of pay, and all deductions. If your employer fails to do so, you are entitled to recover your wages, and may also be able to recover additional damages and penalties.

You should consider contacting an employment lawyer to discuss your matter in more detail.

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