Asked in US Constitution
What percentage more is Florida's minimum wage than the federal minimum wage?
Asked in Business & Finance, Law & Legal Issues
Does state minimum wage override federal minimum wage?
State laws never override the federal level. In some states the minimum wage is 2 dollars. Some states do not even mandate minimum wage but reference the federal minimum wage act as a guide. For more information visit www.StateAndFederalPoster.com for all your labor law poster needs. ...
Asked in State Laws
Can state laws regulate something if it is also regulated by the federal law?
Yes, they can as long as the federal law is not contradicted or if it is intended to preempt all state legislation in that area. For example, the federal government establishes a minimum wage, but states are free to establish higher ones if they wish. A higher minimum wage does not conflict with the federal law, because the purpose of the federal law is to help workers and a state minimum wage helps workers even more. Thus, it does not conflict...
Asked in California
Why is the federal minimum wage6.55lower than the California minimum wage8.00?
states cannot go below the federal minium wage but can based upon ecnomical differences, ie.....cost of food/housing, raise the minium wage to a more appropriate dollar figure ...
What is the minimum wage for a lawyer?
The minimum wage for a lawyer is the same as the minimum wage for everyone else - $7.25 in some states per federal law, slightly higher in others per state law. Minimum wage is not assigned by job category. Obviously a lawyer can expectto make more, but as "minimum wage" goes, this is it. ...
What are some illegal consequences of Adderall?
well since adderall in a schedule 2 drug, which is the same schedule that cocaine and heroin are in. the consequences can be very stiff, for first time possession of 5-49 grams of amphetamine which is all that is in adderall the minimum federal sentence is 5 years and that is the minimum. if you sell adderall and someone dies from it the minimum federal sentence is 20 years. for first time possession of more that 49 grams has a minimum...
Asked in Taxes and Tax Preparation, Income Taxes
How much federal tax is withheld on income of 12900?
Standard deduction can be about 20%. The taxpayer can opt to have more than the minimum tax deducted. ...
Do states provide federal minimum wage posters at no charge to schools and businesses?
Yes, actcually the federal government makes these signs available. Please contact the fedreral employment commission for more info on how to get them. ...
Asked in Taxes and Tax Preparation, Income Taxes
How is the federal income tax a progressive tax?
The Federal income tax is a progressive tax because the more a person makes in revenue, the more tax they will have to pay. The tax level or percentage is higher for those with a higher income, too. ...
Asked in Rules of the Road
It is illegal for an adult 21 and over to drive with a minimum blood alcohol concentration of or more?
.08, by federal law. Some states have lower tolerances.
Asked in Salary and Pay Rates
How many states pay only minimum wage?
Each state has a minimum wage level, that is either equal or more than the federal government's minimum wage. There are many JOBS that only pay minimum wage, but unless you or the job you're working under don't meet the minimum wage guidelines set forth by your state, you should be earning at least what your state's minimum hourly wage is. ...
What is the value for a used M1A in good condition?
Minimum $1,000.00, or more Minimum $1,000.00, or more
How much money do fast food employees earn?
It depends on your state's minimum wage. The federal minimum wage is $7.25, but the majority of states have a minimum of wage of slightly higher than that, the highest being $9.50. Most likely, the wage at a fast food establishment won't be more than a quarter over it. ...
What was minimum wage in Illinois in 2000?
According to the Department of Labor's website (see link below), the Illinois minimum wage in 2000 was equal to the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act minimum wage of $5.15 per hour, applicable to employers with 4 or more employees. http://www.dol.gov/esa/programs/whd/state/stateMinWageHis.htm ...
Asked in US Constitution, Politics and Government
Who has more power the federal level or state level?
federal gov has more power
Asked in Custody, Child Support
What if you get served with child support and the parent serving it has a job and makes more then minimum wage?
Both parents are jointly responsible for their child's support. Your share will be based on a percentage of your net income. ...
What exactly is federal income tax return?
This comes from paying taxes on paychecks. There is a certain percentage that people usually receieve back from what they paid in. Sometimes people who make more money will have to pay in even more. ...
Asked in Mortgages
Can I get a Federal Housing Administration (FHA) mortgage if I have bad credit?
Federal Housing Administration guidelines require a minimum credit score of 620, two years since the last bankrupcy and three years since the last foreclosure. Individual lenders may have more strict requirements. ...
Asked in US Constitution, US Government, Urban Planning
In the Declaration minimum rental periods is specified - does that take precedence over Zoning Regulations?
No. BTW, state and federal regulations take precedent over local zoning ordinances if they are more stringent. ...