Can an employer force you to apply for Social Security disability?

Answer An employer cannot force anyone to apply for Social Security disability if they do not want to. Social Security disability is only to be collected by someone who is disabled and their disability li... Read More »

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How much of my Social Security tax does my employer pay?

Your employer pays 6.2 percent of your Social Security tax. You also pay the same amount for a total of 12.4 percent. Medicare tax is split between you and your employer as well for a total of 2.9 ... Read More »

How to Get Your Employer to Use Social Media?

If your job uses the Internet or does something that can be affected, either positively or negatively, by up-to-date information, then this article is for you. There are actually compelling reasons... Read More »

Can an employer force you to resign if you go on STD?

If you buy it online, it will only take you as long as it takes you to fill in the online form. The travel insurance will then start as soon as you have paid for it and you'll receive an insurance... Read More »

What is the Air Force employer identification number?

According to the federal government, there are two different employer identification numbers used by the United States Air Force. The active-duty employer identification number is 849990000 and the... Read More »