Can your employer cancel your health insurance when you are on short term or long term disability because you did not make a payment on your insurance like is normally done through your paycheck?
Your employer's obligation to pay premiums normally stops when your paycheck does, that is, when your medical and personal leave is exhausted, and there is nothing left to deduct the premiums with. When that happens, the insurance company, not your employer, cancels your health insurance for lack of premiums. There are many ways to avoid this tragedy, including donation of leave by co-workers, if permitted, to keep the paychecks coming, or employer paying premiums for you until you are able to return to work. Good luck. JJ
It is a combination of Disability and Unemployment insurance. Read More
Normally it is before...it is a non taxable fringe benefit. (MCCain wants to change that). My employer said it is not. I believe there is a scam that my employer is doing with our payroll checks. Read More
Unemployment is not one of the deductions from a worker's paycheck. The employer, only, pays for unemployment insurance. Read More
Can your ex employer bill me for medical insurance that wasn't deducted from my paycheck while employed by them?
Yes. When you receive a bill from your employer that would mean that they can bill you for the medical insurance while you were employed by them. Read More
If you set your alarm each morning to go to work, then you need to protect your paycheck! Read More
No, an employer cannot take money from your paycheck unless it is for an employee benefit. There may be a lag time between when the insurance is cancelled and the payroll deduction stops, if the premiums were paid in arrears. Read More
No one takes unemployment insurance out of a paycheck. That money for the insurance is paid by the employer, not the employee. The correct amount depends on the size of the company. Read More
It's difficult to tell what you're really asking in this question. Scenario 1 If you're currently receiving disability benefits and working without violating a private insurance policy's rules or government regulations, then you're not required to reveal your disability status and there is no real way for the employer to access your medical records. If you apply for health insurance benefits through this employer, you would probably have to reveal pre-existing conditions to the insurance… Read More
"Out on disability" for how long? If it is only a temporary absence with an assurance that you're coming back to work - and your insurance is part of your salary/pay package, it should remain in effect. On the other hand, if you are out permanently with no possibility, or thought, of returning to work, your insurance will probably end at about the same time as your final paycheck. This may be governed by the… Read More
Your Wyoming employer has five days to issue your final paycheck. Read More
Is it legal for my employer to make me pay into a health insurance plan even though I don't get health insurance through my employer?
No, it is not legal. Any money that an employer takes from your paycheck for a benefit must be used to purchase the benefit. ERISA, a federal law, prohibits an employer from using employees' money for any other purpose. Read More
Your employer must know which bank, and which account number at that bank, is intended to receive that paycheck. Normally this is done by giving the employer a void cheque, which contains that information. Beyond that, the computers take care of it, much like any other form of data transmission. Read More
No. Unemployment benefits are paid from a state fund that receives its input from a payroll tax, charged to the employer, never the employee. Read More
you have to divide your Total Earnings by what they charged you for Disability, and that will give you the percentage. Read More
Yes, there are only few options for individual short-term disability insurance, but it's possible. If your employer does not offer group short-term disability (or paycheck protection) you should pursue your own policy which will be portable (you take it with you when you change employment). A good agent can help you with multiple options and help you choose. Yes, you can although the type of plans available may be more limited. One advantage of having… Read More
An employer cannot retain your paycheck for any reason if you have earned it. Some employers have a delayed pay period based on payroll and when you began the job. Read More
It is a deduction. If you have your insurance deducted from your paycheck then it will show when you get you tax papers from your employer at the end of the year. If not then you will need to do the "long form" and not the EZ Form at tax time. If unsure have a Tax office so it for you. But the answer is YES. Read More
Can an employer who collected a paycheck received unemployment benefits if they had to close the business?
Whether he pays himself a paycheck or not, the employer is still in control of the company and therefore not eligible for benefits as an employee. Read More
If you pay medical insurance from your paycheck and go out on maternity leave are you required to pay your employer the medical insurance as you would if you are working?
Yes, failure to pay will result in termination of your insurance. If you don't pay for any of the insurance, the insurance cancel will reverse the payments they made to the hospital and doctors and you will have to pay full-price for the childbirth and subsequent care. Read More
Disability insurance was designed to provide a monthly income or to replace your paycheck in case you can't work due to an illness or accident. Unlike Major Medical health insurance which pays part of the doctors visits fees, medications, treatments cost, the disability insurance benefit can be used for anything you need, like a gap for medical deductibles or co-payments, or utilities, groceries, mortgage payments, or any other expenses including alternative treatments, vacation, etc. There… Read More
Direct Deposit. Read More
Any deduction from your paycheck (or payslip) is technically considered payroll deduction. Examples of most common deductions are: * Credit Union deposits * Health Insurance * Union Dues * Dental Insurance * Disability & Accident Insurance * Life Insurance * Charities * Taxes (PAYE) * Pension * Student Loan payments Read More
This would be the employer choice to do this yes. Read More
Your employer sends it to the federal government to help your income tax bill Read More
Not only is he not obligated to, he is forbidden to. Only employers pay the state through their payroll taxes, never the employee. The state pays the benefits. Read More
If you are sick during pregnancy and you have a salary and compensation from your boss that is included in your paycheck can you receive the same reimbursement from short term disability?
You need to contact the rep for your insurance and/or speak with your office manager. Insurance can be specific to individual companies, so really not a good way to answer this for you. So sorry! Read More
I don't think an employer can delay mailing your paycheck, but in my experience, the check arrives one day later than a direct deposit is made. Read More
An employer can withhold not a penny of your paycheck without your prior written permission. Not fed taxes, not social security, not 401K or pension. And not money allegedly stolen. Employer pays you in full and then sues you for the theft. Read More
Yes. In CA it's (2) temporary disability benefits, two-thirds of the lost wages, up to a maximum of $728 per week. (3) permanent disability benefits, rating schedule up to $728 per week -- for life Read More
No The employer may not deduct taxes from your paycheck if you are under 18 unless you give them permission to do so, If they have done this to you make sure to talk to someone about it your entitled to get that money back. Read More
The employer does not have to pay for the spouse's coverage. It can be offered to the employee and the cost taken from his/her paycheck to cover the spouse. There is no legal requirement for the employer to offer coverage for spouses -- even at the employee's expense. However, it would be very unusual for a plan to cover only employees and not have coverage available for spouses and children. Read More
Depends on how much. If you owe them more than your paycheck, then yes, they can do that. The more logical way is to take a small piece out of the paycheck every pay day. Read More
Social Security and medicare insurance amount of 7.65% will be withheld from your gross pay plus the other amount the employer payroll department will be required to withhold from your gross pay before they issue you your NET take home paycheck for the pay period. Then you will also have other federal income tax amounts and other items that your employer payroll department will be required to withhold from your gross earnings. You should ask… Read More
Yes, it's the SDI deduction on your paycheck. Read More
Not since 1994. Read More
15.30% of which half is paid by the employer Read More
Yes it is your net take home pay from your employer for your services. Read More
You should get this information from your employer payroll department. Read More
Can your employer mail your paycheck if so when should receive it be received on your payday or after?
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Social Security is deducted from a worker's paycheck by their employer. Read More
The employee contribution for medical insurance IS deductible. * Yes, but the employer must have an IRS Section 125 plan, also known as a "cafeteria" plan. Adopting the plan imposes fairness rules, and other administration provisions such as enrollment periods. Read More
Can an employer deduct money from your paycheck due to missing funds even though no one knows who did it?
An ex-employer is in prison in this state for doing that. Read More
If you would like your paycheck to be deposited directly into your bank account by your employer, so that you do not have to deposit it yourself, you can ask your employer to do that. (You will have to provide a void check, so that the employer knows which account to use.) Many companies, but not all companies, do this for their employees. Even if your employer does not currently offer this option, perhaps a… Read More
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How long does your employer have to issue your paycheck if you were laid off in the state of Wyoming?
3 years Read More
Is it usual for minors who work a summer job to not have federal deductions taken out of their paycheck by the employer?
NO Read More
If the employer has a reason for doing this it could be possible. You could contact the labor board and ask them about this question. Read More