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 How to Find an Employer's Federal EIN?

Answer The federal EIN, or employer identification number, is similar to a person's Social Security number. The Internal Revenue Service uses it to identify business entities for the purposes of tax repor... Read More »
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Is there a federal law on employers giving vacation?

There are no federal labor laws that require businesses to provide vacation time to employees. If vacation is included in an employment contract, federal law does require that the terms outlined in... Read More »
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What is the maximum amount employers can take out for federal tax?

Although there is no maximum dollar amount employers can take out for federal taxes, the Internal Revenue Service imposes a $106,800 upper income limit for Social Security taxes, as of 2010.Referen... Read More »
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Federal Withholding Tax Rates for Employers?

Federal withholding tax rate refers to the federal income tax amount that employers are required to withhold from employees' paychecks. The Internal Revenue Service is the federal institution that ... Read More »
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What does the federal law say about employers misusing workers'wages?

Violating the Fair Labor Standards Act (FSLA) by withholding employee wages and/or failing to pay employees the minimum hourly wage required by law can result in millions of dollars in fines and in... Read More »
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