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Old 01-26-2010, 05:42 AM   #1
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Ok I'll make a long story short. This new job my wife is working at has been screwing her over since the first day workign there. They said she'd work like 35 hours a week and get 1 hour lunches etc.
Well as it would come to find out, she has been working thru her lunches and getting out of work up to an hour and a half late nearly every day. She griped about it but the company promised she get her time and a half. Ok no big deal she says. Thats a FAT *** paycheck. But she really busts her *** at this place. She's in the medical field and is literally working the second she gets to work (if shes in the parking lot early waiting to start work, they make her star working 15, 20 minutes early) until the second she gets out. She doesnt actually punch in or anything, she just tells the boss when she got there and when she leaves

Well she got payed last night, and lets just say the amount she was payed makes me want to murder innocent children. The amount she was payed is what she should have been payed working zero overtime. She worked about 15 hours of overtime. She was a few HUNDRED short on what we were calculating she would get.

She talked to the boss about it this morning and asked wtf. The boss simply replied "ya NYS takes a 'buttload' of taxes out" and left it at that.

Umm I've worked in NYS all my life except the past 4 years of being in the army, the army takes out 2x as much taxes (my wife was previously a government employee also) as NYS used to take out. NYS did NOT take out a 250$ in taxes (give or take) for 2 weeks of work.

So here is my question. How much in taxes, per 100$ payed, should be expected to be taken out? She hasn't been allowed to see her paystub yet, I only saw what was in the account, but what she was payed is what she should have been payed while taking her full hour long lunches and getting out of work on TIME, with zero overtime.

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Wait, shouldn't all of the info such as hour worked, hourly wages, overtime, taxes taken out and etc etc printed on the check?
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Yea there are so many variables. It should all be on the pay stub. It should tell you hours, hourly rate, how much went to NY state and where all the taxes went.

It also depends on if you are married, how many exemptions you claim, what tax bracket you are in etc...

For me and my brother (both single, males) they take about 33% of the check in taxes.
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She needs to literally work her contracted hours from here on in. Start bang on time, take an hour lunch, and leave bang on time. Unless she's getting paid or some form of lieu time in return for overtime worked I can't see what they can do.
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Wait, shouldn't all of the info such as hour worked, hourly wages, overtime, taxes taken out and etc etc printed on the check?
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New York collects state income taxes using a progressive, five-bracket system.

For single taxpayers:
-- 4 percent on the first $8,000 of taxable income.
-- 4.5 percent on taxable income between $8,001 and $11,000.
-- 5.25 percent on taxable income between $11,001 and $13,000.
-- 5.9 percent on taxable income between $13,001 and $20,000.
-- 6.85 percent on taxable income of $20,001 and above.

For married persons filing joint returns, the rates remain the same but the income brackets are doubled.
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x Bracket Single Married Filing Jointly
10% Bracket $0 $8,375 $0 $16,750
15% Bracket $8,375 $34,000 $16,750 $68,000
25% Bracket $34,000 $82,400 $68,000 $137,300
28% Bracket $82,400 $171,850 $137,300 $209,250
33% Bracket $171,850 $373,650 $209,250 $373,650
35% Bracket $373,650+ $373,650+
Then you have to figure in Social Security & medicare tax. On top of that, they may take out funds for an IRA, 401k, healthcare benefits, ect.

Just look at your paycheck to see how much she made in gross dollars. If its right, its right. Then look at the deductions. You can't do anything about the state and federal taxes other than wait until tax time and hope to get some money back. Social Security & Medicare are taxes. Just verify that any additional withholdings like healthcare haven't gone up a crazy amount.

No offense, but it's kind of scary that you two are adults and can't figure out a paycheck. In NJ, making between 20-45k, I always figured my paycheck would be 25-30% less than the gross amount. It was a real quick way to check how much I would get paid at a new position/after a raise/ect.
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At least you don't also have to pay the NYC tax! Shit sucks.
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Wait, shouldn't all of the info such as hour worked, hourly wages, overtime, taxes taken out and etc etc printed on the check?
Absolutely.. only they wont GIVE HER the damn paystub for some reason. They keep finding new excuses why they cant give it to her. But I know when we finally get it I'm going to look over that thing and see wtf is occurring

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Yea there are so many variables. It should all be on the pay stub. It should tell you hours, hourly rate, how much went to NY state and where all the taxes went.

It also depends on if you are married, how many exemptions you claim, what tax bracket you are in etc...

For me and my brother (both single, males) they take about 33% of the check in taxes.
She's claiming 0 to get more back at the end of the year, but still. I've worked in NY in the past and have a VERY good idea how much in taxes should be taken out. This is blowing my mind.

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She needs to literally work her contracted hours from here on in. Start bang on time, take an hour lunch, and leave bang on time. Unless she's getting paid or some form of lieu time in return for overtime worked I can't see what they can do.
Thats EXACTLY what I told her. If they want to **** her around, then she needs to do EXACTLY what was in her job description and follow it to the T until she's compensated correctly.
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She needs to literally work her contracted hours from here on in. Start bang on time, take an hour lunch, and leave bang on time. Unless she's getting paid or some form of lieu time in return for overtime worked I can't see what they can do.
People are funny. Just because she tells her BF she works hard and is a great worker, doesn't mean its the truth. Not to mention, if you start messing around with leaving when they need you or walking out in the middle of things because you eat lunch at "12:15 everyday" then they will find a way to fire you. The best thing you can do is talk to HR/financing and tell them, "I have no issue working and doing whats necessary to do my job, but at the same time I do feel that if I'm asked to work through my lunch, I should be paid for that time. I also have no problem working a few hours extra a week as necessary, but if I need to consistently work 15hrs extra a week when I was hired to work 35hrs I believe my salary should reflect these changes."

You must also remember, in bad economic times, they could turn around and decide it is not worth the aggravation and find someone else. For every 1 job in the NY/NJ/CT area, there are 6 people going for it I believe. So don't have her get too crazy or she won't have a paycheck at all.

EDIT: Also, I'm pretty sure legally they have to give you a pay stub. Its pretty illegal to withhold money from employees. Sounds like some shady business.
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Then you have to figure in Social Security & medicare tax. On top of that, they may take out funds for an IRA, 401k, healthcare benefits, ect.

Just look at your paycheck to see how much she made in gross dollars. If its right, its right. Then look at the deductions. You can't do anything about the state and federal taxes other than wait until tax time and hope to get some money back. Social Security & Medicare are taxes. Just verify that any additional withholdings like healthcare haven't gone up a crazy amount.

No offense, but it's kind of scary that you two are adults and can't figure out a paycheck. In NJ, making between 20-45k, I always figured my paycheck would be 25-30% less than the gross amount. It was a real quick way to check how much I would get paid at a new position/after a raise/ect.
Good post thanks for those numbers. They certainly add up to what she made.. without working ANY overtime!


And no offense if you cant read or anything, but the reason we cant figure out her paycheck is because they wont let her have her paystub. I'm only going off of what was direct deposited
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People are funny. Just because she tells her BF she works hard and is a great worker, doesn't mean its the truth. Not to mention, if you start messing around with leaving when they need you or walking out in the middle of things because you eat lunch at "12:15 everyday" then they will find a way to fire you. The best thing you can do is talk to HR/financing and tell them, "I have no issue working and doing whats necessary to do my job, but at the same time I do feel that if I'm asked to work through my lunch, I should be paid for that time. I also have no problem working a few hours extra a week as necessary, but if I need to consistently work 15hrs extra a week when I was hired to work 35hrs I believe my salary should reflect these changes."

You must also remember, in bad economic times, they could turn around and decide it is not worth the aggravation and find someone else. For every 1 job in the NY/NJ/CT area, there are 6 people going for it I believe. So don't have her get too crazy or she won't have a paycheck at all.

EDIT: Also, I'm pretty sure legally they have to give you a pay stub. Its pretty illegal to withhold money from employees. Sounds like some shady business.
She's physically exhausted after work. I know when my wife has worked hard lol. But I appreciate the civilized response to things. I told her to ****ing quit since her money is only play money but she "wants the experience".
As far as the paystub, I dont know. We'll see what happens when she gets home from work I guess
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Good post thanks for those numbers. They certainly add up to what she made.. without working ANY overtime!


And no offense if you cant read or anything, but the reason we cant figure out her paycheck is because they wont let her have her paystub. I'm only going off of what was direct deposited
They won't LET her or they don't have a detailed pay-stub?
It is her paystub, so how can they not let her have it with the check?
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They will not physically LET her have her paystub. I know how much she got because I looked at the bank account set up for the direct deposit.
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They will not physically LET her have her paystub. I know how much she got because I looked at the bank account set up for the direct deposit.
Something smells fishy. Then at least she should be able to look at it.
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They won't LET her or they don't have a detailed pay-stub?
It is her paystub, so how can they not let her have it with the check?
Direct Deposits usually don't have stubs.

Take 15 minutes, call up accounting or walk to the department, ask for the details, write it down or have them print it. Then get back in the kitchen!
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Direct Deposits usually don't have stubs.

Take 15 minutes, call up accounting or walk to the department, ask for the details, write it down or have them print it. Then get back in the kitchen!
This is crazy talk, I've worked 3 Direct Deposit jobs and they ALL had paystubs. In the Govt. I was able to view it electronically, one company mailed them, and another walked around the office and handed them out on payday.

You are LEGALLY ENTITLED to a paystub to see how many hours you worked and the deductions. Otherwise you could go after them for malpractice, though that would be more of a scare tactic than a legit thing to do. The lawyer fees would be outrageous and wouldn't be worth it.
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This is crazy talk, I've worked 3 Direct Deposit jobs and they ALL had paystubs. In the Govt. I was able to view it electronically, one company mailed them, and another walked around the office and handed them out on payday.

You are LEGALLY ENTITLED to a paystub to see how many hours you worked and the deductions. Otherwise you could go after them for malpractice, though that would be more of a scare tactic than a legit thing to do. The lawyer fees would be outrageous and wouldn't be worth it.
Calm down please. I meant physical paper stubs. I can always view my electronic stubs but the OP's wife jobs is a new one and they might not have her set up in the system yet. What's so hard about calling accounting?
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Take 15 minutes, call up accounting or walk to the department, ask for the details, write it down or have them print it. Then get back in the kitchen!
BULLSHIT, I have direct deposit and I get a detailed stub of everything on payday.

She should go directly to accounting/HR.
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yea when i got direct deposit they still gave me an envelope with everything except the check was marked "this is not a paycheck". everything else was there.
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^^thats what I get even though I have direct deposit. OP, they're cheating on your wife.
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People are funny. Just because she tells her BF she works hard and is a great worker, doesn't mean its the truth. Not to mention, if you start messing around with leaving when they need you or walking out in the middle of things because you eat lunch at "12:15 everyday" then they will find a way to fire you. The best thing you can do is talk to HR/financing and tell them, "I have no issue working and doing whats necessary to do my job, but at the same time I do feel that if I'm asked to work through my lunch, I should be paid for that time. I also have no problem working a few hours extra a week as necessary, but if I need to consistently work 15hrs extra a week when I was hired to work 35hrs I believe my salary should reflect these changes."

You must also remember, in bad economic times, they could turn around and decide it is not worth the aggravation and find someone else. For every 1 job in the NY/NJ/CT area, there are 6 people going for it I believe. So don't have her get too crazy or she won't have a paycheck at all.
Unless they are going to fabricate something worthy of firing her I don't really see what they can do. There are millions of people around the world who literally punch in and punch out on the numbers and never do anything above or beyond what they are contractually obliged to. I'm sure most of us here can immediately think of numerous colleagues like this.

Assuming her conduct is good while she is at work and she isn't slacking off, abusing phone or internet access etc that they could catch her out on then I see no lawful way they can fire her for working only the hours she is contracted.

Most of us hate colleagues who do this but at the same time when an employer starts to take liberties with your good nature and work ethic then you need to draw the line. If it's got to the point where the OP's wife is worn out and miserable when she gets home then it's unreasonable, more so as she isn't being financially compensated for it either.
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Take 15 minutes, call up accounting or walk to the department, ask for the details, write it down or have them print it. Then get back in the kitchen!
That's horse ****. I've worked for AT&T for 5 years; I've had direct deposit for 4 years and 10 months of my duration at this company. I can view my pay stubs all the way back to that time.

If you don't know what you're talking about, shut the **** up and leave the thread.
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That's horse ****. I've worked for AT&T for 5 years; I've had direct deposit for 4 years and 10 months of my duration at this company. I can view my pay stubs all the way back to that time.

If you don't know what you're talking about, shut the **** up and leave the thread.
lol, ok douche, read what i wrote after. I'm sure plenty of companies will offer paper stubs, but most will do electronic stubs. I for one don't want to waste unnecessary paper.
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I've always wondered if OT is taxed differently than regular wage?

When I work a few hours OT I end up with like 40-50 dollars more than normal, when the amount of overtime I worked should amount to like 120. So unless I get more than 1 full day worth of overtime I usually won't take the OT hours anymore. Waking up early on a Saturday for 40 bucks, meh...
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