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 Can Your Employer Ask You Not to Cash Your Paycheck?

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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.... Read More »
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If your employer has a 'non-owned auto' policy does it protect you while running business errands in your personal car or just protect the employer?

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How Much of Your Monthly Paycheck Should Go to Your Mortgage?

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If you are receiving short-term disability income benefits and you decide to quit your job will you have to reimburse your employer for the percentage of your income you received during your leave?

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