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Is it legal if you're a salon employee but you don't get a paycheck stub and every time you ask for one you just get a copy of your paychecks but it doesn't say anything about taxes taken out?

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No, if you're an employee, in the U.S.A., the employer is required to withhold certain taxes and pay them to the proper treasury, and give you a statement of how much was paid. If you're not paying taxes in your paycheck, or have no proof, then you can be billed for the taxes AGAIN (on anything you receive), and non-payment will get you into trouble.

Better to find out immediately, perhaps by asking the employer to give you a copy of your W-2 form, showing all the taxes you have paid. They are required to give you this in January every year.

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