Can my employer run my credit report?

Answer An employer can legally run a credit report on you, but only with your signed permission. Refusing to allow an employer to run a credit report can prevent your hiring or promotion, unless your stat... Read More »

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How do I report an employer to OSHA?

OnlineComplete online complaint form OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration). (See References section for complaint form link.) Fill in the name of the employer, address, including cit... Read More »

How To Report an Employer to OSHA In Florida?

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is a federal office tasked with ensuring all Americans work in safe conditions. OSHA maintains offices around the country, each one with a specific... Read More »

Do You Report Employer Contributions to a Simple IRA on Form 940?

A SIMPLE IRA is also referred to as Savings Incentive Match Plan For Employees. These plans allow you to contribute money to a retirement account with your employer matching your contributions. You... Read More »

How long do bad credit records that are past the statute of limitations stay on your credit report?

Negative entries on your credit report that are accurate will remain for seven years, with the exception of a bankruptcy, which will be reported for 10 years. The entries will remain on your report... Read More »